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Oilers look for second regulation win in nearly 200 years.

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

It's been some time since the Oilers have seen the win column. A little known fact, Edmonton's last regular season victory came on April 27th, 1826.

The Oilers will try to win for just the second time in nearly 200 years as they take on the Detroit Red Wings.

Here are tonight's projected lineups. Check back for updates as the day drags on.

The Edmonton Oilers

Ryan Jones - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Jordan Eberle

Nail Yakupov - Sam Gagner - Ales Hemsky

Mark Arcobello - Boyd Gordon - Ryan Hamilton

Luke Gazdic - Will Acton - Ben Eager

Ladislav Smid - Jeff Petry

Anton Belov - Phillip Larsen

Nick Schultz - Andrew Ference

Richard Bachman

The Detroit Red Wings Presented By Amway

Henrik Zetterberg - Pavel Datsyuk - Todd Bertuzzi

Daniel Cleary - Stephen Weiss - Daniel Alfredsson

Tomas Tatar - Joakim Andersson - Justin Abdelkader

Drew Miller - Darren Helm - Mikael Samuelsson

Niklas Kronwall - Danny DeKeyser

Kyle Quincey - Brendan Smith

Jakub Kindl - Brian Lashoff

Petr Mrazek

  • Jonas Gustavsson has been placed on injured reserve. Gustavsson injured his neck during warmup against on Wednesday. Petr Mrazek will start. This is Mrazek's third game in the NHL. He's 2-2-1 with a .891 in Grand Rapids so far this year.
  • Ryan Jones is on line one.  Ryan Hamilton returns to line three.  Ryan Jones is on line one.  I repeated that in case you didn't take it seriously enough the first time.