Edmonton oil doesn't look like a second-back club. to-
Return to Vancouver on Sunday night.
But, both mentally and physically, mistakes spread to the game of oil workers, which gave them valuable 4-
2 decisions in 4-
Pacific Division point-
Canada against Vancouver
However, it is also crucial that people decisively throw in the special group to fight the moon day. The chance of success in the month is increased with a person who does not have the power during the 2nd period (0 shots)
When Edmonton is really in control, it really changes the momentum in Vancouver's direction.
In addition, when it comes to calls, the unfairness on the scoring clock also includes: only 1 power for 5 tankers.
Called twice. Jones, Gravel)
Conor David and others (
Especially during the break. away)
Calls should be received in their favor but not.
But hey . . . . . . Steve Kozari is calling the game.
What do you expect?
Add up all of this, a group of D-
People who look too much
What you're talking about is a race where oil dealers need to win, but not in the end. MIKKO KOSKINEN. 5.
It's a bit hard to complain about Mikko Koskinen's game tonight.
He has saved the club's bacon many times in the past few weeks.
But koskane apartmentsout blew the 2-
Brock Boeser's wrist scored 1 goal when he was squeezed under Koskinen's gloves.
While everything about Elias Paterson is commendable
Shooting on the wrist of 3-World
Month, Mick kokonkinen is 6'7.
Why give the child an extra 12 inch and let him fall into the butterfly to shoot?
Of the 29, 26 people were stopped, including 1st Audette and 3rd hardliners on Boeser.
But in the end, the grand Finns were 2nd best goalkeepers on the ice. CONNOR McDAVID. 6.
Walk past Alex Adler and put a lovely pass on another Alex's tape (Chiasson)
For a great setting in 3-2.
This gives oil businessmen a glimmer of hope.
Otherwise, Mike David was forced to play in a veritable stick forest without a referee blinking all night.
How to not show NHL most-
He took a picture of himself with a face of only 40%. off circle.
In the oil workers single player game, it's hard for me to cross the Canada zone as Vancouver does everything possible to interfere with them. LEON DRAISAITL. 4.
Leon de la set looks tired tonight
His feet were not moving very often enough, and he made some small mistakes that he would not normally make.
We had some results in the 3rd season, but that's not what we used to see from him.
One such example is when Draisaitl and Chiasson are getting out of date
In their 1-
The goal of Vancouver power game.
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At 23: 03 at 63%, tuxite has played a lot recently.
Maybe too often? ALEX CHIASSON. 5.
All he did was score. Was Johnny-on-the-spot for the 3-
2 marks on feed from McDavid.
That was 15 of his 28 games!
Changed a few shifts for Jesse pojjaervi and then re-opened.
The line didn't win enough battles on Chiasson's low-owning night.
There are also a few rare defensive mistakes: issue 1st-
This led to a long fire drill at the end of the oil plant, as mentioned above . . . . . . Chaisson and Leon in 1-1. ADAM LARSSON. 5.
Adam Larsson gets strong overnight but looks like a dogtired half-
Although the way 2nd.
Play all 24: 13.
I was loud wondering if fatigue played a role in the game call delay during 3rd (Ice hockey on glass)
1 power play goal?
After all, Larsson had plenty of time to clean it up but didn't build it a roof.
Got help at Newtown.
Hopkins passed the ball from the depths of the goal.
Need more helpDARNELL NURSE. 6. Played a ton (27:50)
Most of the time during the 1st and 3rd period is very effective.
There are a few problems in frame 2nd, but not all oil workers are having problemsshot 15-
4 in the medium term.
Get 2nd assists on Chiasson's goal and get activated regularly, trying to make some offense with his speed.
It was almost a draw. Partially at-fault on the 3-1. RYAN NUGENT-HOPKINS. 6. Scored the 1-
On the laser of the wrist-
Shot, low block.
Nice face too-off circle (60%)in 18:05.
I didn't let him have any fault on any of Canada's targets.
Even in the chance to score against/against.
There is also a beautiful 1st cycle band that turns the flow of the game in another direction. JUJHAR KHAIRA. 7.
One of the most effective strikers for oil companies, good news or bad news.
Intercept 1-Ice hockey in the upper slot
With a head, look up and find an open Newgent-
Hopkins slipped a neat little back before-
Hand card for primary assistance.
My chart shows some strong defense efforts for all 3 periods. Very good game.
They need to be more like him.
Jesse in & poor's Galvez6.
It was really a success tonight, unfortunately not scoring.
But this is his strength.
Check to turn the ice hockey over and start the sequence ending with 1-0.
Two shots at 14: 53. A strong back-
Check helped break the chance of Canucks at 2nd.
Interference in the neutral zone. Overall? Solid.
It feels like his game is starting. KEVIN GRAVEL. 7.
Gravel/Jones were the only oil workers who had been performing well that night, and so were they.
All events of gravel CF % is amazing 84% (21-4! ! ).
There were three shots, one hit and one block. A super-
Tough on his hockey. over-glass penalty.
The only reason is because the Troy stretcher lifted the gravel stick during the race.
Nobody talks about this free agent signing too much, but the gravel is now basically oil dealer 3D. CALEB JONES. 7.
A wonderful game and a super
Penalties are one of the cheaper ones you'll see, sold well by an old player who knows what they're doing.
Otherwise, Jones threw three shots on the net at 16: 57, and at the close, Jones was on the ice when the oil worker pushed the EQ.
Looks absolutely at home on RHS.
There was indeed a time of adventure when the puck squeezed down from his stick, but stayed outside. MILAN LUCIC. 6.
It was a physical strength all night.
There are 9 clicks, some of which are crushed varieties.
The straight track is very slippery and the defense is very effective.
Although he has made great efforts and achievements in this area, he has not made official filming Online (
Even though he has a place in all places that I think needs to be calculated).
Arranged a good opportunity for Brozak to bail Matt Benning with a great backcheck. Playing well. ZACK KASSIAN. 5.
Part of the shift.
The long cycle ended in their own Kanak people. Had a clear-
He was hooked, but he was hit to the end --
The motherboard that does not implement the call.
He's with nurse Darnell.
Play hockey on 3-
1. Give Paterson too much time and space with the ice hockey on the stick.
Kassian hit 2 times in 14-1525. KYLE BRODZIAK. 5.
A decent night.
Face of 58%-off circle.
All activities CF for 18-10 (64. 3%).
The above part-
At the end of Vancouver, 45 second cycle shifts were mentioned.
While the Kanak people have 3 Power game targets, Brozak has no primary or even secondary responsibility for any of them.
Just missed the far post on a beautiful set.
Opened by Lucic in the open frame. JASON GARRISON. 3.
I'm sorry I don't have any disrespect for a player who has a good career.
But I don't think Jason Garrison can play in the NHL anymore.
Absolutely crushed in the chance to score against/against (CF 5×5 8-18, 30. 8%).
There have been multiple defenses in 1st 2 periods.
At least, he must not stand 17: 05 any more.
There is really a good block in the 1st PK. MATT BENNING. 3.
He and Jason Garrison had a real night of rest in chase mode.
Including a bad 1st issue.
Milan Lucic came back and released him on bail.
Benning 5 × 5 CF is ugly 9-16 (36%).
Most of the night, his face seemed to be in the glass.
Offensive blue mistake-
The line leads to the right opportunity.
Not sure if the child can handle the minute or responsibility of the promotion. RYAN SPOONER. 4.
For the second night in a row, he scored the right chance against his opponent.
Spuna has some early jumps with a few shots at 50% points.
But not playing too much in the last period, only 6: 25 in total. DRAKE CAGGIULA. 4.
Two shots at 8: 30.
Toby Ryder's skateboard wiped Drake's cheek, but the damage was small, and it was a terrible moment.
I thought he slipped a lot but never really seemed to get anywhere. TOBIAS RIEDER. 4.
Shoot 2 at 9: 13
Quiet all night.
Oil traders still have a place in the playoffs, but missed the golden opportunity to enter the Pacific's top 3rd.
You can't win them all.
But do you know those "scheduled wins" that people are talking about?
Yes . . . . . . This is one of them.
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