James Neal is looking quite comfortable in blue and orange.
Without question, Neal's performance - which included a natural hat trick - paced the Oilers to a 5-2 victory over the Islanders on Tuesday.
Neal was sent to the Oilers this offseason in a trade that saw Milan Lucic landing in Calgary.More news: Boeing Separates CEO, Chairman Role Amid 737 MAX Crisis
The Islanders would strike first, as Anthony Beauvillier scored his second of the season 14:14 into the first period.
The Oilers got a bit of a fluke goal just 53 seconds into the opening period as McDavid muscled his way through the middle and sent a centering pass that deflected off of Los Angeles defenceman Matt Roy and past goalie Jonathan Quick.
Draisaitl and McDavid also had a strong outing, recording two and three points respectively while Mikko Koskinen made 25 saves in his first start of the season. Semyon Varlamov started and was pulled in the second period after giving up four goals on 19 shots.
Neal posted his fourth goal of the night 6:51 into the third, whipping a bad angle shot behind Islanders goaltender Thomas Greiss.More news: Harry Styles fans in a frenzy over mystery posters
Neal is the second player to score four goals this season, joining Detroit Red Wings forward Anthony Mantha's October 6 performance.
The final result was 5-2.
Neal then put Edmonton ahead with a power-play goal after the Islanders' Brock Nelson was whistled for a double-minor for high-sticking.
The four-goal outburst was the first against the Islanders since Patrik Elias scored four times for the New Jersey Devils in 2003.More news: UAW letter to GM indicates that strike won't end quickly