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Oilers lines we know for tonight.— Jason Gregor (@JasonGregor) September 20, 2017
#Oilers other two lines for tonight will have:— Jason Gregor (@JasonGregor) September 20, 2017
One won't dress.
The Oilers took two wins from Calgary in Monday's split-squad action. Kailer Yamamoto would score his first preseason goal in Calgary, while Drake Caggiula had a pair of markers. Mark Letestu would lead the Oilers in Edmonton with a pair of goals, while Ryan Strome, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Patrick Maroon would also get in on the action.
Edmonton will look to continue a perfect preseason with tonight's matchup against the Jets in Winnipeg.
Let's go to the tape.
The Oilers are saying
"He looked like he performed very well...He was very capable of handling his size in Calgary's building. He had very good anticipation skills and he seemed to pick concepts up."Source
That's Oilers' head coach Todd McLellan on 2017 first round selection Kailer Yamamoto. Yamamoto did not look out of place on Monday night against Calgary, and he scored a heck of a goal in the process.
The opponents are saying
"We didn't have (many) 5-on-5 shifts...Someone who doesn't play PK or PP isn't playing at all. It's tough for those players, but everyone has to fight through it...There were some good things on the ice from our team, and there were a lot of things that we need to improve on before the season starts"
That's Jets forward Patrik Laine on his team's penalty woes against the Minnesota Wild. The Wild defeated the Jets 3-2 in a shootout on Monday, a game with seventeen minor penalties.
Have some of this
Against a B Calg squad Jesse Puljujarvi did little to suggest he is improved over last year. He blended in. That's all. Not good enough— Jim Matheson (@NHLbyMatty) September 19, 2017