|27-23-7, 61 points, 1.07 p/g||Ranks||30-19-8, 68 points, 1.193 p/g|
|Metropolitan Division - 5th||Pacific Division - 3rd|
|19th||Points per Game||10th|
|7th||Shots on Goal||6th|
|24th||Goals Against per Game||7th|
Four games went by with two total goals until Tuesday's five goal outburst against the Coyotes. Leon Draisaitl scored the team leading 21st goal of the season, while Patrick Maroon nailed his 20th. Oscar Klefbom had a goal, Mark Letestu had a powerplay goal, and Matt Hendricks scored his third of the season, which will probably keep him in the lineup tonight. The Oilers picked up their 30th win of the season, and they can tie their entire 2015-16 win total with a win against the Flyers tonight.
The Oilers are saying
"I still think I have a little more (offence) to give...Obviously, it feels really good after a night like this. I'm playing some power play minutes and right now I have a lot of confidence, so I'm happy."Source
That's Oilers defenceman Oscar Klefbom, who had a three point affair (1G-2A) against the Coyotes.
KLEFA BLOWIN' IT UP
A confident Klefbom is a good Klefbom. Klefbom's 9 goals lead all Oiler defencemen, and his 23 points rank him second among Oiler defencemen.
The opponents are saying
"I would love to contribute more...I'm capable of scoring more goals. I'm not happy with me not scoring goals, that's not it. But you've got to stay patient...It's going to come."
That's Flyers forward Michael Raffl on his fifteen game goalless drought. Raffl has just eight goals this season, which is three more than former Oiler Chris VandeVelde.
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