The Ducks are defeated by the Edmonton Oilers and Evander Kane.
It wasn’t until his ninth NHL season that Evander Kane got his first hat trick.
Since then, he’s been making up for lost time.
The Edmonton left wing picked up his second hat trick of the season and the eighth of his career as the Oilers got back to their winning ways Friday night by rallying for a 5-3 victory over the Ducks.
“I was hoping I would get one at one point,” said Kane, who has 18 goals this season. “It’s nice coming out of the break, getting on the board early and getting ready for the second half of the season.”
Kane is in his 15th season. He’s tied for fourth-most hat tricks in the league since getting his first one on March 16, 2018, with the San José Sharks.