8. Evander Kane
Evander Kane had one of the best NHL seasons in his career this year tying his career-high in goals, scoring 30, and tallying 26 assists giving him 56 points. Kane scored goal number 30 on the last game of the season this past Saturday against Colorado, giving him his second 30 goal season in his career.
The 27-year-old winger who signed a 7-year extension with the Sharks this past off-season played in his 600th career NHL game, scored his 200th career NHL goal, and tallied his 400th career NHL point this season. Kane once again showed this season how dynamic his game is with the ability to score, his vision and playmaking ability, and his physicality.