This question has a false premise. It states as a matter of fact that certain abilities can hit an enemy 3 times while they are designed to hit at most twice. However, because I found this to be very unlikely, I asked for the evidence that the OP claims exists. After a lengthy discussion in the comment section, the OP failed to deliver any evidence of the claimed behavior despite repeated, unbacked assurances that it does exist. The final nail in his argumentative coffin was that he asked me and another infidel to research and verify his premise, because he had to go to sleep now, even though he supposedly had the evidence at his fingertips.
Ordinarily I wouldn't make a fuss about it, because people being wrong on the internet is just the way of things. However, the fact of the matter is that, for better or worse, SE sites often rank pretty high on Google as they are intended to, and indeed, that question is already the top result (after videos) for "draven ult triple hit".
As evidenced by the initial responses to my first comment, it doesn't take much more than a boldly worded statement to elevate speculation and misinformation to truth. This I find unacceptable out of principle, so I believe that question and others like it should be deleted such that Google can not find them any more.