|38-26-6, 82 points, 1.172 p/g||Ranks||36-24-9, 81 points, 1.174 p/g|
|Atlantic Division - 3rd||Pacific Division - 4th|
|13th||Points per Game||11th|
|2nd||Shots on Goal||8th|
|9th||Goals Against per Game||11th|
Seven Is Enough
Gonna go on the record and suggest that the Oilers will win most games if they score seven goals.
Seven different Oilers scored in Tuesday's 7-1 onslaught of the Dallas Stars. Cam Talbot was nearly perfect and the rest of the Edmonton Oilers got on the board early, and they held on to it. The Stars aren't very good, but this was a game that the Oilers had to win in order to keep pace with the rest of the Pacific.
A win tonight will put the Oilers back in third place, one point ahead of the Flames.
Let's go to the tape.
The Oilers are saying
"Little bit of a different look, first time playing against the Bruins with a new coach behind the bench and obviously the team has responded really well."
That's Oilers forward Milan Lucic on facing the Bruins, this time with a new coach behind the bench in Boston.
The Bruins are 11-3 since Bruce Cassidy took over from Claude Julien.
The opponents are saying
"It was going straight to Torey's leg...Then he moved out. That distracted me a little bit. I wasn't expecting it. It was a pretty good shot. But I have to stop that anyways."
That's Bruins backup netminder Anton Khudobin on allowing a bad goal from centre ice.
The Bruins' backup stopped 21 of 23 shots from Calgary. Boston halts Calgary's ten game winning streak, they'll put their four game winning streak to the test tonight.
Have some of this
- I see you, Calgary.