The best part of this game is probably the final buzzer. Final score: 5-1 Ducks
No matter what happens to the wild-card race, or anything else, what happens, I always feel like I can get fired for the game against the Anaheim Ducks. For me personally, I feel much the same hatred or contempt for the Ducks, how can I do for any other team in the league, and that includes the rest of the Pacific Division and beyond. So I do not care what the odds say or what anyone thinks about where the Oilers are as a franchise, we got a lot of time in the off-season, I would like to see win. I would like to see the Oilers beat Ducks, not only for the points they so desperately need, but because they are in a team where everyone can get for their failures.
When the game finally started, I expected the Oilers to come out like a house on fire. Given the trauma that the Ducks are playing through and the fact that they lost last night in Calgary was a sufficient reason to wait beatable teams. Instead, what we got was a back and forth, begin to see the Ducks open an account with the purpose that you want to stop every time, leaving the Oilers still chasing time. In the second period, the Oilers started the frame with a dull attention to detail and absolutely no goalies say that allowed ducks daylight they needed to extend his lead and put the game in Chokehold. By the time the third period rolled, I was trying to find out whether there are any documents that we could fill out to have a league to run clock.
In the end, the Oilers looked like they were not quite ready to play and the Ducks, although the skeleton team because of injuries, has found a way to take advantage of their carelessness. For the game, Edmonton desperately needed to win, they do not play with any urgency and finished his night with one of the more melancholy losses in recent years.
- The game is over at the moment.
- Gagne got the Oilers on board, ruining the shutout offer John Gibson, with the aim of a timer, which came in the middle of the third period, and at a time when it seemed that they could not get anything.
- Shouts to Anthony Stolarsu to come to what can only be described as a trash fire situation. Stolarz finished the night with 16 saves and a .941 save%.
- Another cry of someone who won 50:50. At least someone was a good evening.
- At least the Oilers won 58% of the face-off? Does anyone? Ba. =
- Corey Perry opened the scoring with what can only be described as dog shit goals, Koskinen has to be able to stop time 10/10. We all know that Mika ~ d was the problem of hand gloves, but this one just hit him in the glove and the puck still managed to make his way to the end.
- At the beginning of the second period, Ricardo Rakell extended the lead to two goals Duck when they capitalized on a terrible giveaway Adam Larson at its end. Larson whiffed trying to clearing and Rakell beat Koskinen high and suddenly Oilers were down a couple. Rakell added another goal a few minutes later in the period put the duck up to three Oilers and down on the mattress, closed to hold performances. Unfortunately, Rakell has not been done as he finished paying tribute to Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and finished off his hat-trick before the second period was to end.
- Only points in the third period, Sam Carrick won net draw back to Devin Shore which completely torn snapshot by Stolarz and in the top corner. At this point, the goal was Shore hockey equivalent of beating a dead horse.
- Getting outshot 38-31 team received torched last night is not a good look.
- Who started in the net? You know, it was Koskinen. As we have seen with Cam Talbot has been sold, the big Finn is played until all of the wheels fall off, that would be nice to see, before he signed a new three-year contract, but what are you gonna do? Needless to say that today was not Koskinen at night when he could not stop to save his life in the second period and eventually get the hook after Ricardo Rakell completed his hat-trick. Koskinen finished the night with 17 saves and a .810 save%.
- From giveaways skipped to save a bad choice with the puck, the Oilers looked like they were not quite on the same page today and that obviously affects the scoreboard.
- Speaking of giveaways, now is not the night Adam Larsson. I hate to single out a guy with, but he was not very good today, and what can happen to a guy on the top pair, who plays as much as he does mintues.
- Over the last seven games, the Oilers had only a single power game in each, so it was very interesting to see how they are getting today. I believe that the suras & # 39; ozna hard to believe that their opponents collectively have played seven o'clock hockey while cheating only seven times, especially if the enemy was now the Anaheim Ducks in the evening.
- Late at night, the worst kind of beet beet. As always, you can join the conversation #BeetCast over on my Twitter account.
|15:17||Anaheim||Corey Perry (6) ASST: Adam Henrique (24) Hampus Linden (21)||1-0|
|1:21||Anaheim||Ricardo Rakell (16) ASST: Jakob Silfverberg (16)||2-0|
|8:48||Anaheim||Ricardo Rakell (17) ASST: Sam steel (5), Korbinian Holzer (3)||3-0|
|15:13||Anaheim||Ricardo Rakell (18) ASST: Jakob Silfverberg (17) Hampus Linset (22)||4-0|
– Ashley (@ ashmash09) March 31, 2019
Can we get this setup to Koski? pic.twitter.com/Ul9hguBBqY
– theschroeds (@The_Schroeds) March 31, 2019
C & # 39; mmaaaaaaa Edmonton (Rogers Place needs fixed in bathrooms) #KraftHockeyville
– Ryan (@IAmByks) March 31, 2019
– March maxness (@ILovePulju) March 31, 2019
@jsbmbaggedmilk If you start Cast beet now, you can still save your Saturday.
– ⛺️?☕️ TCD ☕️?⛺️ (@The_Camper_Dave) March 31, 2019
I'm just saying that we should not pay too much attention to the predictions of training camp. https://t.co/nKZdvvVqjx
– Rob Tychkowski (@Rob_Tychkowski) March 31, 2019
On the basis of the last two times we did this trip, it's the weekend, you do not really want to miss out and get a little silly with 50 of your fellow citizens, and in the rear of the enemy takes everything to another level. And since I already know what you want to be with us, let's get down to details, shall we? Cool? Cool.
Give me the details, guy:
- When? Saturday, April 6, 2019
- How much? It depends on how many people are coming with you. In other words, we have a number of options, including one person ($ 335 / person) to groups of four ($ 250 / person).
- Why? Because we like to party
- Where do you buy tickets? Right here, friend. But keep in mind, just like the last time we did this trip sold out quickly and procrastination is your enemy.
Source: NHL, official game page, 3/30/2019 – 10:30 pm MT