|22-11-2, 33 points, 1.341 p/g
|15-19-3, 33 points, .891 p/g
|Pacific Division - 1st
|Pacific Division - 6th
The Oilers started off with a bang in Calgary on Sunday night, but fizzled out as time wore on. Benoit Pouliot scored Edmonton's first two goals helping the Oilers take a 2-0 lead into the dressing room after one. Johnny Gaudreau made it 2-1 with his sixteenth goal of the season, but Teddy Purcell helped Edmonton regain a two goal lead with his ninth of the season midway through the second.
After that, the wheels fell off. Matt Stajan scored his second goal of the season while the Flames were shorthanded, Mark Giordano scored a PPG to tiie it up, and Johnny Gaudreau scored his second of the game with less than a minute remaining in the second period to give Calgary a permanent lead. Giordano would later have an empty netter, and the Oilers cough up one they really should've had by a 5-3 margin.
The Oilers take just one point in a weekend back-to-back. Tonight, they'll face off against a Kings club that's atop the Pacific Division. Let's go to the tape.
The Oilers are saying
"I just want to help the team with whatever they need help with.."
That's Oilers defenceman Brad Hunt on getting the call-up. Hunt is a likely addition to the Oilers defence tonight.
THAT TIME AGAIN
Brad Hunt leads the Condors in scoring (6-17-23 in 26). He'll be asked to get pucks on net, a seemingly rudimentary enough task. As long as it isn't this, I won't be able to complain too much.
The opponents are saying
"We're in a pretty good position, and if we want to be there, we have to push the other teams back, and obviously no better way to do it than beat them."