The San Jose Sharks' graphics department deserves some high praise right now.
San Jose's Evander Kane took it to the Carolina Hurricanes with a hat trick in the team's 5-2 win Wednesday night, but the team's Twitter account continued the fun after the game.
Just in case you didn't notice, look closely at Jordan Staal's jersey on the left.
A simple Photoshop trick replaces the "C" in the informal "Canes" jersey with a "K," signifying Kane's absolute ownership of the Hurricanes in the game, particularly in the first 20 minutes.
It's also a good sign for Sharks fans that their team is in higher spirits after starting the season with four straight losses. Since then, they've won three straight and enter Thursday just two points outside the Western Conference playoff picture.
The team is firing on all cylinders as of late and has a burst of energy in the locker room with the re-signing of Patrick Marleau, who has three points in three games this season. And with Kane's latest performance, the momentum is fully in their favor.