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Back In The Game
Cam Talbot turned aside everything the San Jose Sharks tossed his way on Saturday night en route to a 2-0 victory . The tables had turned a bit, as the Sharks were only able to lob sixteen shots at the Oilers through the entire game. Both of Edmonton's goals came while San Jose had the man advantage. Zack Kassian got theOilers on the board very early in the second period, while Connor McDavid did Connor McDavid things midway through the third.
The Oilers' 2-0 victory ties the series at one game each. The series shifts to San Jose for the next two. Can the Oilers keep the good times rolling at the Shark Tank?
Let's go to the tape.
The Oilers are saying
We're a really good road team. At the end of the season we were a really good home team. Good teams find ways to do both and we did both."
That's Oilers forward Patrick Maroon on Edmonton's shift to San Jose
Edmonton had a road record of 22-14-5 during the regular season. They're looking for two more in the next three days before returning home.
The opponents are saying
DeBoer: "We definitely would have taken 1-1 after 2 games in Edmonton, now we’ll regroup, go home and look for Game 3 to be our best one."— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) April 15, 2017
That's Sharks head coach Pete DeBoer on where his team stands after two games.
Have some of this
"It's on to Game 3. It's nice to tie it up, but we're back to square one." @zkassian9 & #Oilers back to business at practice today pic.twitter.com/v73n7mPEC5— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) April 15, 2017