Oilers’ Evander Kane Fined Maximum for Slash on Flames’ Dryden Hunt

Evander Kane fined maximum for slash

Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane received a $5,000 fine from the NHL for his slash on Calgary Flames’ Dryden Hunt during Saturday’s game. The incident occurred early in the second period, resulting in a two-minute penalty for Kane and a subsequent Flames power play goal.

Despite his limited ice time during the game, Kane’s contributions throughout the season have been significant, especially in breaking a 21-game goalless streak with two goals in a recent game against the Colorado Avalanche.

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As the Oilers gear up for the playoffs, Kane’s performance, along with that of his linemates Corey Perry and Ryan McLeod, will be crucial for the team’s success. Their solid results at 5v5 play demonstrate their importance in providing depth scoring and defensive stability as the Oilers pursue postseason success.

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