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Kane completes 7th career hat trick in OT to lift Oilers past Kraken 4-3

Seattle blows 3-1 lead in third period

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Seattle Kraken goalie Joey Daccord (35) is scored on by Edmonton Oilers' Connor McDavid (97) during the second period of an NHL hockey game, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta.
Seattle Kraken goalie Joey Daccord (35) is scored on by Edmonton Oilers' Connor McDavid (97) during the second period of an NHL hockey game, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta. (Jason Franson/The Canadian Press via AP) Photo Gallery

EDMONTON, Alberta — Evander Kane scored the tying goals in the third period and then completed his seventh career hat trick 2:57 into overtime, rallying the Edmonton Oilers to a 4-3 win over the Seattle Kraken on Wednesday night.

Connor McDavid also scored, Evan Bouchard had three assists and Leon Draisaitl had two as the Oilers came back from two goals down to win their third straight. Stuart Skinner had 33 saves.

Jared McCann, Alex Wennberg and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare all scored in the second period to give Seattle a 3-1 lead. Joey Daccord finished with 28 saves as the Kraken lost for the fifth time in six games (1-3-2).

Kane pulled the Oilers within one with 6:32 remaining in the third when he redirected Bouchard’s shot from the point.

Kane tied it with just 46 seconds remaining and Skinner pulled for the extra man. Draisaitl chipped a pass through the crease to Kane to go upstairs on Daccord.

In the extra period, Zach Hyman waited for a Seattle defender to go down before sending the puck across to Kane for his seventh goal of the season.

It was Edmonton’s second straight win since Kris Knoblauch replaced Jay Woodcroft as coach on Sunday.

Edmonton got on the scoreboard first at 5:21 of the second period when Draisaitl sent McDavid in all alone to beat Daccord with a backhand move. McDavid scored his second in two games and his fourth of the season.

Seattle tied it 1:59 later when a rebound of Jordan Eberle’s shot deflected off McCann’s shin pad and into Edmonton’s net. It was McCann’s seventh.

The Kraken took a 2-1 lead at 9:24 of the middle period after a bad clearing attempt allowed Vince Dunn to fire a shot from the point that was tipped by Bellemare past Skinner for his second.

Seattle went ahead 3-1 with 2:39 remaining in the second as Wennberg picked up a rebound out front and executed a spin-around shot that eluded Skinner for his first.

Edmonton caught a break early in the third by avoiding an own-goal. With a Seattle penalty upcoming, Oilers defender Vincent Desharnais attempted to pass out from the corner, but there was nobody there. The puck hit the Edmonton’s post with Skinner pulled for an extra attacker.

The Oilers placed Mattias Janmark (shoulder) and Dylan Holloway (lower body) on long-term injured reserve. Raphael Lavoie, Adam Erne, and Philip Broberg were recalled from Bakersfield of the AHL. Also out hurt for Edmonton is Connor Brown (lower body), but he’s been skating and is expected to be ready for the start of their upcoming road trip.

Veteran forward Eberle returned to the Seattle lineup after missing three games with a leg cut suffered in practice on Nov. 8.

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Kraken host the New York Islanders on Thursday night.

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OILERS 4, KRAKEN 3 (OT)

Seattle 0 3 0 0—3

Edmonton 0 1 2 1—4

First Period—None.

Second Period—1, Edmonton, McDavid 4 (Draisaitl, Bouchard), 5:21. 2, Seattle, McCann 7 (Eberle, Oleksiak), 7:20. 3, Seattle, Bellemare 2 (Dunn, Kartye), 9:24. 4, Seattle, Wennberg 1 (Bjorkstrand, Tolvanen), 17:21.

Third Period—5, Edmonton, Kane 5 (Bouchard, Ekholm), 13:28. 6, Edmonton, Kane 6 (Draisaitl, Nugent-Hopkins), 19:14.

Overtime—7, Edmonton, Kane 7 (Bouchard, Hyman), 2:57.

Shots on Goal—Seattle 13-15-7-1—36. Edmonton 11-7-6-3—27.

Power-play opportunities—Seattle 0 of 5; Edmonton 0 of 3.

Goalies—Seattle, Daccord 2-2-4 (27 shots-28 saves). Edmonton, Skinner 4-5-1 (36-33).

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