Free-specialist forward Evander Kane marked a four-year arrangement to get back to the Edmonton Oilers,
he declared on Twitter on Wednesday. The agreement has a typical yearly worth of $5.125 million, he said.
Kane, 30, tallied, 22 goals and 39 points in only 43 games last year, his most memorable season with the Oilers.
During the 2021-22 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Kane drove Edmonton with 13 goals and added four helps to assist the Oilers with arriving at their most memorable Western Conference last starting around 2006.
Recently, The Athletic detailed the 13-year NHL veteran was allowed consent to talk with different clubs in front of free organization.
Kane enjoyed four seasons with the San Jose Sharks from 2017 to 2021 preceding the group put him on genuine waivers in January for breaking his NHL standard player contract and disregarding the AHL's COVID-19 conventions.
"A big part of my decision to stay in Edmonton was because of the opportunity given to me only 7 months ago but also the chance to be a part of a championship team,
Kane composed. "I want to win, and I believe after signing this deal we will be able to add the right pieces along with myself to accomplish that goal, a championship."