NEW YORK -- Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane, who is currently being investigated for his role in an alleged sexual assault that took place outside of Buffalo on the weekend of Aug. 2, was met with boos and chants of "No means no!" by New York Islanders fans during Friday night's game at Barclays Center.
Kane ultimately scored two goals -- including the game winner in overtime, as the Blackhawks defeated the Islanders 3-2. It was New York's first game at its new home arena after moving from Long Island to Brooklyn following the end of last season.
"I didn't even hear anything -- a couple different things that you kind of expect in this situation -- but I didn't hear any chants or anything like that," Kane said.
Kane expects to hear similar things from opposing fans throughout the season.
"I'm sure it is," he said. "Nothing I'm too worried about. You don't expect them to be super nice when you're going into a road building and expect cheers, so nothing I'm not worried about."
Kane also scored in the second period, Artem Anisimov added a goal and Corey Crawford stopped 34 shots. Crawford improved to 4-0-1 in his career against the Islanders and helped Chicago bounce back from the opening loss to the New York Rangers on Wednesday night.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.