The NHL’s investigation into allegations that San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane gambled on and conspired to fix NHL games has reportedly slowed, and now it’s unclear if the league’s probe will be completed by the time the team begins training camp in roughly two weeks.

Investigators hired by the league to look into allegations made on social media earlier this summer by Kane’s estranged wife, Anna, that he gambled on NHL games and was “throwing games to win money” have so far been unable to interview her, Front Office Sports reported Wednesday.

Bill Daly, the NHL’s deputy commissioner, told this news organization early last month that the league expected to conclude its investigation into Kane by the start of training camp. But that initial schedule might be in jeopardy with the Sharks expected to begin training camp sometime during the week of Sept. 20.