The honor recognizes the most outstanding player in the NHL as selected by his peers.
McDavid won the award in both 2017 and '18, while Kane earned it in 2016.
Kucherov, a first-time finalist, will be receiving the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's top point producer after racking up 128 in 82 games with the Tampa Bay Lightning in the regular season. He also led the league in assists with 87.
McDavid ranked second in the league in points with 116 through 78 contests. He figured in on 50.6 percent of the Edmonton Oilers' goals in 2018-19.
Kane placed third in the points race with 110 in 81 games.