The Edmonton Oilers were firing on all cylinders from the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday night at the Shark Tank.

In their trip to San Jose in under ten days, the Oilers made sure it was not a repeat performance. Before returning to San Jose to get a 5-2 win, the Oilers were cluttered in a 6-3 loss a week. They made sure to jump onto the Sharks early, as they scored three 1st time goals to take a 3-1 lead into the intermission. The Oilers went 5-1 in the final frame before Barclay Goodrow added a goal to make the score look best to the Sharks. The Oilers transferred to and also have 31 points entering tonight. That is Great for 1st in the Pacific Division.
They maintain a edge on the Arizona Coyotes from the division and are connected to the top place in the Western Conference with the Blues. As theyre starting to make leaders of people in Edmonton back again, this is the last two seasons went to the Oilers. A whole lot of it has to do with Leon Draisaitl. His play has been elevated to a elite level that cant be matched by several players around the league. Parlay Draisaitl together with Connor McDavid along with the Oilers have a formula for success. The addition of James Neal was a terrific signing up for the Oilers. Neal is back for being a contributor after struggling at Calgary. He had been a driving force for the success the Golden Knights needed in their season.
The Oilers have been in the midst of a five-game road excursion. They ll head to Arizona and wrap around in Colorado on Wednesday. They will not be home before next Saturday from the Vancouver Canucks. It is crucial not to get overly comfortable and distracted when it comes to opponents and road trips. The Kings do not present the challenge, but when the Oilers forget them here then it could get interesting. LA are coming off a 3-0 loss however they had been still on a three-game winning series going into the desert. Well see if they find better achievement at the Staples Center. Head under for our free Oilers vs. Kings pick.
The Oilers are winners in four. But they did pick up a point in five. The 5-2 win was preceded by A overtime loss against the Stars over the Sharks. The Kings are 3-1-0 in their last four matches, but its ideal to look at who they conquer. Defeating the Wild and Red Wings isnt incredibly impressive, though a 4-3 triumph over Vegas is still a good look for them. In any event, its turned into a predictable battle for the Kings this year. An inventory of 8-12-1 and sitting in the Pacific is not much of a surprise. With the Red Wings, the Kings are connected with 17 points for dead last in the NHL.
There hasnt been much going into the Kings this season. Offensively theyre near the bottom of the league with 2.52 goals against per game, and the same may be said to their own defence. Its been a tough period in the zone for just about everybody on the Kings. They have gotten touched up for 3.57 intentions against for 30th in the NHL and it has been way worse at home. Jonathan Quick has been having significant issues this year. He has submitted a 3.74 GAA and also 0.878 spare percentage in 13 games. Quick has had his moments, though its been mostly a problem season because of him between the pipes.
Whatever the scenario, the Kings dont decide to play defence in the Staples Center. LA have been hemorrhaging goals with 4.17 goals against per game in your home. The part for the Kings is that they cant do much. There is some talent that could enable a competition, but nobody is going to want to pay their pay to Drew Doughty, and a slew of other guys.
The Oilers are enjoying solid all-around baseball lately with 3.8 scored per game and 2.7 goals against in their past ten outings. They have been stepping on the road defensively, as the Oilers have afforded only 2.25 goals against as a customer. While all of the attention has been around Draisaitl and McDavid, their defence has gradually improved from last year. Mikko Koskinen has been holding his own from net using a 2.39 GAA and 0.923 save percentage.
The price in this sport will make you scratch your head a bit, but I believe oddsmakers are accounting for a letdown for the Oilers. Edmonton downed the Kings by a score of 6-5 at LA in October, and they have outscored the Kings 14-9 in their past two meetings. The Kings roster that was older has demonstrated no immunity against the Oilers offensive attack. Edmonton may not bring their best game tonight, but its likely not going to be essential to escape town with a win in that .

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