Mike Fisher is back in the lineup and Justin Schultz and Martin Marincin are out for the Oilers who have lost seven straight games and face the hottest team in the West with the best home record in the West. The Oilers have to pray that the Predators sleepwalk through this one, or hope for a rainout.
How To Tune In
Sportsnet 360, which I believe still has the Sportsnet intermission show. Turn the television off at intermission.
What To Watch For From The Oilers
Noted boat anchor Luke Gazdic was added to the lineup against Dallas and stunk. So useful is Gazdic, his coach gave him 3:42 of ice time. Nice signing.
What To Watch For From The Preds
Oh, and dead fish. And I'm not talking about the Oilers either.
After their big win last night, the Preds are getting even more national attention...this time from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, who aren't too thrilled with the catfish-chucking. PETA Senior Director Colleen O'Brien says catfish are "sentient beings who feel fear and pain, and throwing fish—dead or alive—onto the ice is no more acceptable than throwing live or dead kittens onto the ice".Projected Line-Ups
Taylor Hall - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Jordan Eberle
Teddy Purcell - Mark Arcobello - David Perron
Luke Gazdic - Leon Draisaitl - Nail Yakupov
Matt Hendricks - Boyd Gordon - Steve Pinizzotto
Oscar Klefbom - Jeff Petry
Nikita Nikitin - Mark Fayne
Joensuu a late scratch, Gazdic in the lineup.— Jack Michaels (@EdmontonJack) November 28, 2014
Roman Josi - Shea Weber
And just because: