Edmonton Oilers (15-7-3) 1st, Pacific @
Arizona Coyotes (14-8-2) 2nd, Pacific
24 November 2019
Gila River Arena
600 PM MST
Radio: 630 CHED
After a convincing win in Vegas, the Oilers look to pick up two more points in Arizona. A regulation win tonight will put five points between Edmonton and Arizona, which would be just fine by me.
EDM lineup at AZ:— Jack Michaels (@EdmontonJack) November 25, 2019
Khaira took warmup but looks like he’ll miss a 2nd straight game.
#Oilers say RNH will not play tonight because of a hand injury. Will miss at least two games.— Reid Wilkins (@ReidWilkins) November 25, 2019
THREE THINGS TO LOOK FOR
- The Oilers and Coyotes are both on the back end of a back-to-back. The Oilers were victorious in Vegas last night, while the Coyotes took care of business against LA. Can the club come out firing?
- Mikko Koskinen gets the nod tonight for the Oilers. Can he turn in a full sixty minute performance as he looks for his ninth win on the season?
- TWO FIRSTS: The Oilers have a red hot power play, good for first in the league. The Coyotes are first in goals against, averaging just 2.25 goals allowed per game. Can Edmonton’s firepower take control?
Let’s. Go. Oilers.