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Vegas Golden Knights center Cody Eakin (21) vies for the puck against Edmonton Oilers defenseman Kris Russell during the second period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/David Becker). AP Photo/David Becker
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Edmonton Oilers defenceman Kris Russell didn’t count the stitches that went into his left ear Wednesday night in Denver. He just knows there were several.

“I tried getting the shot blocked. I don’t if it was the puck or the follow through, [that] kind of caught me in the ear,” said Russell of the play that injured him in the second period against the Colorado Avalanche.
“When I felt the blood coming, it was obvious something was cut.”

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Russell returned to the game in the third. After missing Thursday’s practice, Russell will play Saturday night when the Oilers host the Vancouver Canucks.

“He’s a tough little guy. I felt for him laying on the table,” said head coach Dave Tippett. “They’re sewing him up with half his ear hanging off.”

Forward Alex Chiasson is also good to go after being drilled by Colorado’s Ryan Graves on Wednesday. Chiasson didn’t return to the game after getting belted early in the second period.


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“Arguably one of the biggest hits I’ve received in my career,” said Chiasson. “I just had to go through the protocol the last couple days.”

The Oilers will try to avoid losing back-to-back games in regulation time for just the second time all season.

“I think that’s just come from our group growing. We’ve done a much better job this season of realizing where we’re at as a team and what we need to do to play well,” said Chiasson.

The Oilers expected lineup is:

Draisaitl – McDavid – Kassian

Neal – Gagner – Chiasson

Khaira – Sheahan – Archibald

Granlund – Haas – P. Russell

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Klefbom – Jones

Nurse – Bear

K. Russell – Larsson


Centre Ryan Nugent-Hopkins won’t play this weekend as he continues to recover from a hand injury.

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Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid scored on Calgary’s Brian Elliott on his first NHL penalty shot Oct. 16, 2016, early in his second season, but he’s gone 0-for-3 since.

He’s had the last three Oiler penalty shots: here against New York Islanders goalie Christopher Gibson and the Carolina Hurricanes’ James Reimer, and in Pittsburgh, where Penguins ‘tender Matt Murray stopped him.

The puck bounced crazily on McDavid’s penalty shot at 1:48 of the third period Tuesday after Hurricanes defenceman Brett Pesce stuck his glove on a loose puck in the crease when it was unnecessary because Reimer was in position to save it anyway. On the shot, Reimer — who was beaten by Leon Draisaitl on one when he played in Florida Feb. 12, 2018 — breathed a sigh of relief when McDavid lost the puck.

“I must have intimidated him. I really scared him. Probably saw half the net and didn’t know what to do, surprised him,” joked Reimer. “I wasn’t expecting that, that’s for sure. Luckily that happened.”

The Oilers have scored on only five of their last 15 penalty shots, and you’d be surprised with two of the successful ones: Marc Pouliot in 2007 and Andrew Miller in 2015. Taylor Hall, Draisaitl and McDavid have the others.

Edmonton Oilers winger Zack Kassian. IAN KUCERAK / POSTMEDIA

Oilers winger Zack Kassian may have taken some heat for his first-period penalty when he bowled over Martin Necas with 10 seconds left and Ryan Dzingel scored six seconds later on the power play to make it 3-0 for Carolina, but getting the only penalty for his goalmouth tussle with Reimer in the third was bogus.

When Sebastian Aho scored on the ensuing power play, Kassian cleared his throat and got a misconduct after leaving the box.

But this is why we like Kassian. His temperature rises. The Oilers could use more of what he brings, frankly.

And his two goals against the ‘Canes were, as usual, 5-on-5. He has 11 goals, all even-strength, the same number of five-on-five tallies as McDavid. All 21 of Kassian’s points are even-strength, too.

Overlooked in Oilers’ 6-3 loss to Carolina was the announced attendance of 16,175 at Rogers Place, and there were actually fewer people than that in the building.

That’s more than 2,000 under capacity at Rogers Place, and the lowest crowd count in maybe 15 years. They had a run of 549 straight sell-outs over 13 years (131 regular-season and playoffs at Rogers Place since it opened in 2016) until that ended Nov. 16 in Game 3 of the current season when the Philadelphia Flyers visited Rogers Place.

The economy isn’t good, Carolina’s not a great draw even if they made the conference finals last season, and it was a Tuesday, before Christmas, the fourth game of a homestand.

Never mind only making the playoffs once since 2006. But the Oilers have hit critical mass like so many other teams. While you can buy pretty cheap sell-off tickets online, prices for food and drink are way too high for a family.

The Oilers were chasing the game in the third period against Carolina, down 3-1 to start it, but it was still strange that Kris Russell played only three shifts and 2:32 in the last frame while his third-pairing partner Caleb Jones got seven and a half minutes in the third.

Russell finished with 11:48 of ice time and Jones 16:17. True, they were looking for some offence and Jones might provide more, but did Russell get hurt and they were holding him back?

This ’n’ that: Plus/minus is often misleading because it’s not always your fault when a goal’s scored and you’re on the ice, but Oscar Klefbom is going through a horrible stretch. He’s minus-15 in his last seven games and is minus-20 on the season. Part of that is his rotating set of partners — Joel Persson, Caleb Jones, Adam Larsson and others — but one of the game’s best two-way defenders is really struggling … In the last eight games, the Oilers have been outscored 20-8 even-strength. They are feasting off their power play (31 goals of 100 total goals) but if that ever goes cold, look out … James Neal had that incredible first month with 11 October goals but he has three in 19 games since. He’s minus-17 on the season because he has just four even-strength goals and six even-strength points. Hey, we knew he would cool off, right? … Louie DeBrusk is still ill so Drew Remenda once again was Kevin Quinn’s colour commentator for the Oilers-Hurricanes game. With the recent death of his mother Gina, Gene Principe didn’t work as Oilers TV host Tuesday and won’t Thursday in Minnesota. Sean Reynolds came in from Winnipeg for the Carolina home game and is also doing the broadcast for the Wild tilt … Mr. Game 7 Justin Williams continues to skate with retired Carolina goalie Cam Ward in Raleigh and hasn’t shut the door on a return in the New Year, even though he’ll really be chasing a train that’s left the station. “He’s pretty tight-lipped and he’s skating, which is obviously a sign, but the next month will be the tell-tale sign, I guess,” said the Canes’ Jordin Martinook … Rod Brind’Amour’s son Skyler, the Oilers’ sixth-round pick in 2017, is in his first year of college hockey at Quinnipiac. He has six points in 15 games, good for a freshman who doesn’t get to play much. “He’s definitely progressing and he’s enjoyed his time here. He’s been treated excellently by the Oilers. At every camp, he’s raved about it,” said Brind’Amour.

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This in from the Edmonton Oilers: “The Oilers have recalled defenceman Caleb Jones from the Condors while also assigning defenceman Joel Persson.”

My take
The Jones/Persson situation has become a head scratcher. I understood it when Joel Persson was first sent down to the AHL. He had struggled in Edmonton, looked like his confidence was iffy, if not shot, and needed a change of scenery, say one or two or three months in the AHL to adjust to the North American game. And he did well in Bakersfield, putting up five points in six games, +2 on goals plus-minus. In Edmonton, Jones struggled in the Top 4 with Oscar Klefbom, but he was at least as good as Persson had been and looked like he’d be fine on the third pairing. He was hanging in there on his nine-game stint. So why send down Jones and recall Persson, as the Oilers did on Dec. 4, just five days ago? I never really understood the thinking behind that change.
In his three games with Edmonton, Persson did OK-ish. In his first game back against Ottawa, the Cult’s Kurt Leavins gave Persson a five out of ten, noting, “One of the few bright spots on the night was that play of Persson which was calmer and more collected than prior to his demotion to Bakersfield a few weeks back. 2 shots and even in 16:17 of a 5-2 loss. Reasonable steps on the road back one would hope.” Against Los Angeles on Friday, I had him as a six out of ten: “Struggled early with the puck, making a giveaway leading to some L.A. o-zone time. He settled down and moved the puck with more alacrity in the second.” Against Buffalo on Sunday, Leavins gave him a five out of 10 grade, writing: “High-event effort. While the puck often headed in the right direction on his watch CF 14-8, 63%), when it didn’t…there were issues. He failed to box out his man in front on the 1-0. Fed Riley Sheahan for a very good chance early in the 2nd. Continues to struggle against the cycle, chased the play badly in the 2nd Period until finally taking a hooking minor that his teammates had to kill off. A 3rd Period giveaway.”
So Persson had three passing grades in a row. Why change your mind on him and on Jones again just now? Persson looked like he was doing OK with Klefbom in the Top 4. I don’t get it. Seemingly there’s little to choose from between the players, so why constantly shuffle them around and upset their apple carts? This doesn’t seem to align with GM Ken Holland’s “steady as she goes” philosophy.
I can’t read Holland’s mind, and I’m no insider, but could it be that the Oilers are showcasing Jones for a trade? Is that a possibility? That’s pure speculation on my part.
Coach Dave Tippett said that with heavy games coming up, Jones would give the team more skating and a bit better defending.
All that said, if I had to pick the player who will help the Oilers win now and in the future, I’d go with Jones over Persson. So I get favouring Jones over Persson, I just don’t get the yo-yo aspect of this.
As for new lines and d-man combos, Jack Michaels of the Oilers reported: “Oiler practice lines— Nygard-McDavid-Kassian, Khaira-RNH-Draisaitl, Neal-Haas-P. Russell, Granlund-Sheahan-Archibald, Nurse-Bear Klefbom-Larsson, Russell-Manning (Jones recalled), Koskinen looks to be starting vs Canes.”
It’s good to see Nygard get a chance on a top line. He needs a run of four or five games there to see if can stick. He’s got the skill and battle but can he execute? I like his chances. As for McDavid, he’s flying so high right now (give or take the odd grievous fly-by in OT) that he can get the job done at even strength with almost any winger on the Oilers. But I like the thought of him playing with a winger in Nygard who is almost as fast as he is.
I liked Jujhar Khaira and Leon Draisaitl together against Los Angeles. They were a heavy load on the forecheck. I suspect they could make some noise with a skill player like RNH.
Also good to see the Oilers going back to Koskinen, as opposed to giving Mike Smith two in a row. Koskinen is clearly the better goalie at this point and should get two out of three games until Smith turns around his game.

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The Game
Goalie Kaapo Kahkonen will start consecutive games for the first time in his NHL career when the Minnesota Wild play the Edmonton Oilers at Xcel Energy Center on Thursday.

The 23-year-old made 31 saves in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday. He was recalled from Iowa of the American Hockey League on Nov. 20 while goalie Devan Dubnyk tended to family matters.

Minnesota has lost two straight games (0-1-1) but is 7-1-3 in its past 11.

Goalie Mike Smith will start for the Oilers, who have lost two in a row (0-1-1) and three of four (1-2-1). Edmonton is 2-4-1 in its past seven games.

Oilers forward James Neal will play in his 800th NHL game.

Players to watch
Oilers center Connor McDavid leads the NHL with 55 points (19 goals, 36 assists), one ahead of teammate Leon Draisaitl (19 goals, 35 assists).

Wild forward Zach Parise has seven points (four goals, three assists) in his past eight games and 12 points (eight assists, four assists) in his past 13.

They said it
“They’re always good in this rink. It’s tough barn to play in. I think for us, it’s more about ourselves. We have to get back to our winning ways and the way we have played throughout the year. We have to get back in the win column, we have to get back to doing the little things, all the simple things that makes us a good fast team and have a bounce-back win for us tonight.” — Oilers forward James Neal

“(Kahkonen’s) resilient. He’ll let a couple goals in and then he’ll shut the door. I think he’s deserved another shot today. So I mean, we have to find out about these guys. We’ll find out tonight, another big test (against Edmonton).” — Wild coach Bruce Boudreau on starting Kaapo Kahkonen

Oilers projected lineup
Joakim Nygard — Connor McDavid — Zack Kassian

Leon Draisaitl — Ryan Nugent-Hopkins — Alex Chiasson

James Neal — Gaetan Haas — Sam Gagner

Jujhar Khaira — Riley Sheahan — Josh Archibald

Darnell Nurse — Ethan Bear

Oscar Klefbom — Adam Larsson

Kris Russell — Caleb Jones

Mike Smith

Mikko Koskinen

Scratched: Brandon Manning, Markus Granlund, Patrick Russell

Injured: Matt Benning (head)

Wild projected lineup
Jason Zucker — Eric Staal — Mats Zuccarello

Zach Parise – Ryan Donato — Kevin Fiala

Jordan Greenway — Joel Eriksson Ek — Luke Kunin

Marcus Foligno — Victor Rask — Ryan Hartman

Ryan Suter – Matt Dumba

Carson Soucy — Jonas Brodin

Brennan Menell — Brad Hunt

Kaapo Kahkonen

Alex Stalock

Scratched: Nick Seeler, Gerald Mayhew, Devan Dubnyk

Injured: Jared Spurgeon (upper body), Mikko Koivu (lower body), Greg Pateryn (lower body)

Status report
Minnesota recalled Mayhew from Iowa on Wednesday. … Dubnyk hopes to make the road trip next week, Boudreau said. His playing status remains unknown. …Staal is a game-time decision following an apparent injury Tuesday but is expected to play.

Stat pack
The Oilers are first in the NHL on the power play (31.6 percent) and have scored on the man-advantage in each of their past five games. …The Wild are on a season-high 10-game point streak (7-0-3) at home, their longest since a team-best 13 games (10-0-3) from Dec. 27, 2017 to Feb. 13, 2018.

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It was just two short weeks ago that Edmonton Oilers reached the highest point of what remains a promising 2019-20 season. In the midst of a 5-game road trip the club rolled to a convincing 4-2 win at Vegas, then hung tough to produce a 4-3 shootout win at Arizona just 22 hours later.

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But storm clouds were on the horizon. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins missed the second of those contestss with a hand issue that would sideline him for six games. Then Zack Kassian had a back injury that would cost him three of those same games. Edmonton’s forward corps, already dangerously thin in top six-calibre players, suffered a double blow. The club would fall into a six-game slide in which they were extremely fortunate to garner 5 standings points with a 2-3-1 record.

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Thank a red-hot powerplay for all of those points, as the Oilers were outscored at 5v5 in all six of those games. But 2 powerplay goals turned a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 win at Vancouver, 2 more PPG provided all the offence in a 2-1 nailbiter vs. Los Angeles, and a rare powerplay goal from the second unit produced the tying tally in an overtime loss against the Sabres.

Overall, a special team that has actually been special produced 6 of Edmonton’s 12 goals over that span. But at even strength the Oilers have been absolutely torched, with just 6 goals for, 17 against. Add in a shorty and 2 powerplay goals against and the net margin over the 6 games has been 12 goals for, 20 against, despite an overall +3 margin on special teams. Make it -11 at even strength, built convincingly on a shots rate of just 41%, a team shooting percentage barely above 5% and a save percentage below 90%. On a per-60 basis at evens the Oilers have scored 1.2 goals while allowing 3.5. Ugly, ugly numbers, all the way around.

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Four of those games have been at home, against teams that finished 23rd, 31st, 30th, and 27th in the NHL last season — not exactly Murderers’ Row. The Oilers scored just 2 goals in each of those games, all against teams which have allowed well north of 3 per game in both last season and this. 8 for, 14 against.

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The good news is that it’s “only” six games, and as mentioned the club has scraped out a few points against the flow of play. The bad? Edmonton’s top workhorses have collectively hit a Drai patch:

Leon Draisaitl has been a minus player in the last 7 consecutive games, and has been a net -12 over the past 11. No empty net goals in there either, in fact there have been no ENG for or against for the last 15 contests, many of which have been one-sided affairs. Over the past 6 Draisaitl has 5 points, but just 1 at even strength while being on the ice for 2 Oilers goals and 9 by the opposition. Leon was himself among the defensive culprits on 5 of those goals against by our analysis here at the Cult of Hockey.

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Connor McDavid has posted just 1-4-5 over the 6 games with a dash-4 of his own. McDavid has been a net -9 in his last 10 home games (3 wins) after posting a +9 in his first 5 (all wins).
James Neal has been goalless for his last … wait for it … 6 games, his longest drought of the season and also sports a dash-4 over that span. After an 11 goal October, Neal has struck for just 3 goals in 16 games since, with an ugly -12.
Oscar Klefbom may be the most concerning of the lot. The NHL’s top minute-muncher until recent days, Klefbom has posted just 1 (powerplay) point and a ghastly -12 over the last 6 games. Minus. Twelve. According to Natural Stat Trick the Oilers have been outshot just 56-51 during his 102 even-strength minutes (47%), but scoring chances tell a different tale at 32 for, 56 against (36%) and high-danger chances a dismal +10/-24 (29%). Our own project tagged Klefbom as a defensive culprit on 7 goals against over that period. Whether partnered with Caleb Jones, Adam Larsson, or Joel Persson, Klef has struggled.

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The Carolina Hurricanes (18-11-1, 37 pts) kick off a five-game road trip tonight when they face the Edmonton Oilers (18-10-4, 40 pts). It’s the first meeting of the year between the two teams; Carolina won both games against the Oilers last season.

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Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019 – 9:00 PM ET
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The Canes roll into Edmonton following back-to-back wins in Raleigh. A 6-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday saw Sebastian Aho post a career-best five-point night. The 22-year-old Finn recorded his third career hat trick and added two assists for good measure.

With the offense rolling (11 goals over the last 2 games), the Canes will attempt to keep their defense on track. They’ve held their opponents to two goals in each of the previous four games, losing only once, a 2-0 shutout in Boston.

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The goalie in that shutout loss? James Reimer. Notwithstanding the loss — which can hardly be blamed on Reimer (He held the Bruins scoreless for 50-plus minutes) — the 31-year-old has been playing great. He’s made 30 or more saves in all but one of his last four outings. The only exception was a 19-save shutout against the Detroit Red Wings — so yeah, he’s red-hot.

Adding to the positive vibes, the Canes should get one of their best players back from the injury list. Rookie Martin Necas looks poised to return to the lineup. Necas and his much needed right-handed shot will bring some balance to the second power play unit, where Brett Pesce has been filling in for him. On the bad news front, Erik Haula has not made the trip out west; the center continues to rehab from a knee injury. Julien Gauthier was recalled from Charlotte and should skate on the fourth line as Jordan Martinook handles the 4th line Center duties.

Here’s how the Canes are expected to take the ice:

Nino Niederreiter – Sebastian Aho – Teuvo Teravainen
Andrei Svechnikov – Jordan Staal – Warren Foegele
Ryan Dzingel – Lucas Wallmark – Martin Necas
Brock McGinn – Jordan Martinook – Julien Gauthier

Jaccob Slavin – Dougie Hamilton
Joel Edmundson – Brett Pesce
Jake Gardiner – Trevor van Riemsdyk

James Reimer
Petr Mrazek

Injuries and Scratches: Erik Haula (knee), Haydn Fleury (healthy)

The Edmonton Oilers are full of contradictions. They lead the Pacific Division; they boast two — two! — players that have already reached 50 points this year. Yet, they’re a collective minus-73 at even strength. For comparison, the Canes are plus-23.

Needless to say, the Oilers’ special teams are what make up the difference here. Their powerplay is tops in the league, with a sizzling 32.3% conversion rate. Their penalty kill ranks second at 87%.

Those two 50-point scorers — Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl — will clearly need to be contained. Still, like the rest of the Oilers, they do most of their damage on the power play. Obviously, staying out of the box will be crucial for the Canes.

In net, Mikko Koskinen (11-3-2, .921 SV%, 2.53 GAA) should get the nod.

Here’s how the Oilers are expected to take the ice:

Joakim Nygard – Connor McDavid – Zack Kassian
Jujhar Khaira – Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – Leon Draisaitl
James Neal – Gaetan Haas – Alex Chiasson
Markus Granlund – Riley Sheahan – Josh Archibald

It’s going relatively unnoticed because they’ve been so efficient on the power play, but the Edmonton Oilers are in a pretty bad five-on-five scoring drought.

They’ve managed just three even-strength goals in the last four games while giving up 10 against.

They’ve been able to survive it (2-1-1) because the power play scored six.