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Back to Earth
Both Kailer Yamamoto and Ryan Strome had a goal for the Oilers, but it was the Carolina Hurricanes who dominated play early and often in Monday's 6-2 drubbing. The Oilers amassed only four shots in the first period, while Carolina had two goals from both Teuvo Teravainen and Eric Stall en route to a romp.
The Oilers try to get that fishy taste of loss out of their mouth with a rematch. This time, it'll take place at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatchewan.
The Oilers are saying
That's Oilers' forward Kailer Yamamoto on his size not being a factor.
THE PERFECT GAME IS NO HITS
As of this minute, there's no brighter Oiler that's come on this preseason. In four games, Yamamoto has six points (5-1-6) in four games, all at 155 lbs. After tonight, the Oilers have one final preseason matchup in Vancouver. If Yamamoto is still with the big club by Saturday, there's a good chance he'll be on that 23 man roster come Sunday.
The opponents are saying
"I liked our start. I liked the way we were able to roll four lines...Our D were moving the puck and gave us the ability to play fast."
That's Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters on his team's 6-2 victory in Edmonton on Monday night.
Edmonton looked like they were skating in circles on Monday night. Carolina's power play was efficient (3/6),
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