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Edmonton's 'B' team emerged victorious in Winnipeg against a Jets club that iced a pretty close version of a regular season lineup. Jussi Jokinen, Mark Letestu and Jujhar Khaira all had goals, while Kailer Yamamoto found the back of an empty net. Laurent Brossoit and Nick Ellis split time in net, with Brossoit yielding just one goal en route to the Oilers victory.
The Oilers host the Canucks tonight at Rogers Place where the Oilers will look to continue a perfect preseason
Let's go to the tape.
The Oilers are saying
"I call him the Wizard"Source
That's Oilers' forward Zack Kassian on Mark Letestu.
The line of Letestu-Jokinen-Khaira was a major player in Wednesday's 4-1 victory over the Jets. Letestu had a beautiful primary assist on Jussi Jokinen's power play goal later on in the second period (RNH had some help in there) while Jokinen connected with Letestu earlier in the period to knot it at one. Come to think of it, RNH had some help in that one too.
It's nice to see the team scoring when 97 and 29 aren't in the lineup.
The opponents are saying
"If we are going to win a Stanley Cup, if we are going to achieve our dream, we'd only want it to be in Vancouver."
That's Canucks forward Daniel Sedin.
Yeah, don't hold your breath.
Have some of this