|28-33-9, 65 points, .928 p/g||Ranks||37-24-9, 83 points, 1.186 p/g|
|Pacific Division - 6th||Pacific Division - 4th|
|27th||Points per Game||11th|
|29th||Shots on Goal||8th|
|22nd||Goals Against per Game||10th|
Patrick Maroon had a pair, Milan Lucic had a goal, and Benoit Pouliot scored his second in as many games. The Oilers hung seven goals on top of a Bruins club that took care of Calgary the night prior. The win put Edmonton back in the top three of the Pacific, but Calgary leapfrogged Edmonton with a win against Dallas last night.
Edmonton faces Vancouver tonight for a chance to get back into the top three. I'd be elated with seven more goals tonight, but would be just as happy with one more than the Canucks.
Let's go to the tape.
The Oilers are saying
Patrick Maroon is probably going to finish the year with over 25 goals, which would probably have been a stretch if you said that at the beginning of the season. Though Milan Lucic has picked up his game as of late, Maroon has been the Lucic we've hoped for all season at about a quarter of the price.
"It's been a tough go for me lately," said Tanev, who had significant weight loss after mumps and food poisoning. He'll travel to Edm.— Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) March 17, 2017
Mumps and food poisoning at the same time seems a little unlucky. Tanev's last appearance in Vancouver's lineup was nine days ago, a 4-3 OTL against the Islanders
Have some of this