Coyotes earn overtime win over Edmonton Oilers
Derek Stepan scored 2:01 into overtime, giving the Arizona Coyotes a 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers Monday night at Rogers Place. Oilers captain Connor McDavid scored a brilliant goal on the team's first shot of the game 1:31 into the first. He blazed down the right side, cut in front and tucked a shot behind Coyotes goaltender Darcy Kuemper.The Coyotes then scored on their first shot of the game two minutes later when Michael Grabner beat Oilers netminder Mikko Koskinen short side. READ MORE: Edmonton Oilers goalie Mike Smith named NHL star for the week Carl Soderberg put the Coyotes ahead in the second.
Hampus Lindholm scored early in the 3rd to break a 2-2 tie, and the Ducks pull away late, defeating the Oilers , 5-3, at Rexall Place.
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The beauty of jumping out to such a fast start was that the Edmonton Oilers, with a couple of well-placed victories over the San Jose Sharks, could bury them almost for good in the Pacific Division.
Alas, there’s a reason they’d want to put the Sharks as far in the rearview mirror as possible. It is because the Sharks own the Oilers — they gave up just one point to Edmonton in five games last season — and that continued Tuesday with their 6-3 pasting as they met for the first time during the 2019-20 season.
Edmonton Oilers ground Ducks as Connor McDavid nets hat trick
Leon Draisaitl added four assists in a 6-2 win.Ryan Nugent-Hopkins snuck a shot between John Gibson and the post to break the ice just 1:28 into the game. The Ducks came back three minutes later on a goal by Rickard Rakell. McDavid recorded his 400th career point later in the first, firing a wrist shot under Gibson's pad.
Patrick Maroon scored two goals as Connor McDavid added a goal and an assist to help the Oilers defeat the Sharks at home, 3-2.
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It was the first time all season the Oilers gave up three goals in the first period, and the first time they’ve been beaten up like this, trailing by scores of 4-0 and 5-1. Edmonton gave up six goals only once before this season, a year in which they’ve reined in their goals against considerably.
So this was an aberration. In the end, the Oilers split a two-game road trip, after having handled the Anaheim Ducks in a similar fashion, winning 6-2 on Sunday.
You don’t like the way the first-quarter finishes, but 12-7-2? Any team in hockey would take a first-quarter record like that.
The Big Takeaway
Edmonton Oilers sink against San Jose Sharks
The Oilers have lost five straight against the Sharks.The Sharks were in complete control of the first period.
[RELATED: Complete Oilers - Sharks series coverage]. "I think desperation first; we know if we lose we're done. I think that always brings out your best game, especially with David Desharnais scored at 18:15 of overtime to complete Edmonton's comeback. The Oilers outshot the Sharks 14-2 in overtime.
But the Oilers ’ prized rookie suffered a broken clavicle last week and will be out of commission for months to With center Brad Richardson setting the screen, Ekman-Larsson’s shot from along the wall fooled Winger John Scott’s shot was stopped by Nilsson, but a pinching Elliott was at the top of the
Hey, there’s not much to take away from a game like this, other than the old standard: you win some, you lose some.
Did the Oilers lose some focus having their mothers along on the moms trip? That would sound very much like an excuse.
“We weren’t ready,” Leon Draisaitl told reporters in San Jose after the game. “They start really strong here at home … and we weren’t ready.
“We just got outplayed today, We were sloppy.”
More likely, the Oilers couldn’t match San Jose’s hunger and desperation. If the Sharks lost to Edmonton in regulation, they would have been 13 points behind them in the Pacific, with a meeting back at the Shark Tank next Tuesday. San Jose is already in desperate times at 8-10-1. They needed this game, where Edmonton only wanted it — or so goes the theory.
“I saw a team that was desperate and trying to get back in the race,” Oilers head coach Dave Tippett said to reporters in San Jose.
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The Sharks closed it out with two of their most impressive wins. Tomas Hertl scored and extended his point Brent Burns, Patrick Marleau, Barclay Goodrow and Timo Meier scored as San Jose matched its The Sharks extended their lead to 2-0 when Kane scored off a rebound of a shot by Brenden
“And a team that was content with where they’re at. The desperate team usually wins that game.”
Alas, Mike Smith didn’t have a prayer on any of the first three goals, and we’re not blaming him for No. 4, 5 or 6 either. This was a team loss of a 20-man proportion, with lots of close-in deflections and open looks for the Sharks. We’re sure even Mikko Koskinen had a lousy game on the bench.
“We got outcompeted by a desperate team. It wasn’t a good effort by our team, right through,” Tippett said. “It shows the immaturity of the group. We’re trying to become a really good team and we’re not there yet.”
The points keep coming for the NHL’s leading scorer Draisaitl, who had a goal and an assist. He now has 15 goals and 21 assists for 36 points in the season’s opening 20 games, 10 of those coming on the power play.
Draisaitl has 11 multi-point game, tops in the NHL this season, and is running a 10-game points streak. He was the only player in the NHL who had 50 goals and 100 points last season — he had 105 — and through 20 games he’s on pace for 62 goals and 148 points.
Edmonton comes home for games against Colorado (Thursday) and Dallas (Saturday), then hits the road on Monday for a five-game roadie that begins right back in San Jose.
Edmonton Oilers GM Ken Holland happy with season so far .
Are the Oilers for real? Are they, finally, a good hockey team? "We've come a long way since the start of training camp. Lots more to go," said general manager Ken Holland in an interview with Oilers Now host Bob Stauffer."The elite teams, they go on run in the playoffs. The good teams, they make the playoffs. First order of business is to keep our foot on the pedal. We have to find a way to play our way into the playoffs."Then we have to make some noise in the playoffs," said Holland.So the general manager is taking the wait-and-see approach, but the numbers to this point are impressive.