Evander Kane hasn’t had a great grasp on time ever since the NHL suspended its season on March 12 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“You know it has only been two weeks,” Kane recently said in a video chat from his home. “And for me personally it feels like it has been two months.”
The Sharks' power forward has been sheltering in place like all of his neighbors, spending unprecedented time with his wife and their dog.
“It’s good, it’s definitely a change,” Kane described. “Obviously through the course of an NHL season, you’re on the road quite a bit.