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Sports Carolina Hurricanes surge past Edmonton Oilers

07:10  11 december  2019
07:10  11 december  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Period 3 is cut out, I dunno why AGAIN!!! But its good game regardless and again, why Oil fans are ranked at top of loudest fans in the NHL. Litsen to the

Nice play by the Hurricanes , shoddy defending by the Oilers . Wallmark added an empty-netter at the end of the third period to convert the touchdown and Oilers won only 46% of the draws tonight and that’s not good enough, especially for a team that’s struggling with their possession numbers like the

a group of people playing hockey: Carolina Hurricanes' Jaccob Slavin and Edmonton Oilers' Zack Kassian (44) battle for the puck during second period NHL action in Edmonton, Alta., on Tuesday December 10, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson© THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson Carolina Hurricanes' Jaccob Slavin and Edmonton Oilers' Zack Kassian (44) battle for the puck during second period NHL action in Edmonton, Alta., on Tuesday December 10, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

The Carolina Hurricanes scored three goals in the first period and three more in the third on their way to a 6-3 win over the Edmonton Oilers Tuesday night at Rogers Place.

Carolina's Sebastian Aho opened the scoring 4:15 into the game, whacking in a puck that deflected to him at the side of the net.

The Oilers failed to convert on two power plays. Then, the Hurricanes' Nino Niederreiter and Ryan Dzingel scored on the man-advantage in the final 2:02 of the first to make it 3-0 Carolina after one.

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Oilers forward Zack Kassian scored the only goal of the second, nudging a rebound behind Carolina goaltender James Reimer. It was Kassian's 10th goal of the season.

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The Oilers had a two-man advantage for 1:22 early in the third. While on the advantage, Carolina's Brett Pesce put his hand on the puck in the crease. Oilers captain Connor McDavid was awarded a penalty shot, but the puck rolled off his stick and he didn't get a shot away.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins got the Oilers one goal on the power play, tapping in a pass from Leon Draisaitl.

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Kassian forced in his second goal of the game to even it 3-3 with 14:20 to go. However, Jordan Martinook restored the Hurricanes lead, then Aho tallied on the power play with 7:40 on the clock.

Dougie Hamilton added one more, fooling Edmonton netminder Mikko Koskinen with a shot from centre ice.

Kassian finished with two goals and 14 penalty minutes. The Hurricanes scored twice with him in the box.

McDavid had three assists.

The Oilers (18-11-4) will visit Minnesota on Thursday.

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"We're not going to sit here and be in a grump about it.""Just that we've done a lot of good things well," answered goalie Mike Smith when asked about Tippett's message. "There are parts of our game that on a consistent basis need to be better. We're not going to sit here and be in a grump about it.

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