Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane said he's not sure when I go into training camp after Team USA was eliminated in World Cup of Hockey 2016.
"I'm not entirely sure what the plan is yet," said Kane Thursday, according to CSN Chicago. "A lot of guys, at least American guys yet, talked about it a few days off and then join your team. I'm going back to Chicago to talk to (general manager) Stan Bowman  and (coach) Joel [Quenneville] and get a sense of what they want me to do and what is best for me. "
Kane had two assists in three games, all losses Team USA at the tournament in Toronto. Despite the disappointment showing it is optimistic about the future of hockey in the United States.
"I think that USA Hockey has a bright future ahead of him, not only the US, but hockey hockey in general," said Kane, winner of the Hart Trophy as NHL MVP last season. "If you look at some of the younger guys ,. I know that some of them are American but there are some very good Canadian players as well But you could argue that some of those guys on that team (Team North America) would have made our team was in preparing the uS team. USA Hockey is in a good place, the future is bright. Once we get by this, there will be a lot of excitement and expectation to do better at the Olympics. "
Kane Blackhawks colleague, Jonathan Toews of Team Canada, said he was not talking about Kane Team USA finish, which included a 4-2 loss to Team Canada Tuesday.
"Without a doubt, when we return to Chicago, no matter what happens the rest of the tournament, we'll talk about it," said Toews. "But previous experience is not something to rub on someone's face. Everyone wants to win and anything can happen. I think there's a lot of talk about the US team lags behind expectations, but we same."