A person familiar with the investigation says the league is looking into whether Kane submitted a fake card. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because details of the investigation have not been announced by the NHL.
The latest investigation was first reported by Front Office Sports.
Using a fake vaccination card is illegal in both the United States and Canada, as well as against NHL rules.
This probe is just the latest into Kane, who was cleared last month of allegations made by his estranged wife that he bet on NHL games, including some wagers placed against the Sharks.
The league said it found no evidence Kane bet on NHL games but said it was looking into other allegations. Kane was also accused by Anna Kane of physical and sexual abuse. He has denied those charges through his attorney.
Kane and the Sharks have agreed that he will stay away from the team during these investigations.
“It’s not ideal, but there is an ongoing investigation from the NHL,” general manager Doug Wilson said last month. “The focus has to be on our group here, the guys that are here today and the things that we can control, but also respect the process of dealing with some very serious allegations and some things that need to be addressed with the right process.”
Kane, 30, is three seasons into a $49 million, seven-year contract. He’s with his third organization after being drafted by and debuting with Atlanta/Winnipeg and a stint in Buffalo.
Last season, as a high-priced veteran on a team that is in a rebuild, he still produced, finishing with 22 goals and 27 assists in 56 games.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.