Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane (91) carries the puck up ice. Mandatory Credit: Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports
Never a dull moment for Oilers but what do flurry of moves mean?
The Edmonton Oilers are gearing up to face off against the Seattle Kraken in what promises to be an exciting game tonight. The Oilers are on a roll, having won their last two games, and they are hoping to make it three in a row against the Kraken.
Wednesday, November 15
6:30 PM MST
The Oilers have been playing some great hockey lately, with their offense firing on all cylinders. They have been putting up some impressive numbers, averaging four goals per game in their last two wins. Their defense has also been solid, allowing just one goal per game.
The Kraken, are having a bit of a tough start to their season as well, with just one win in their last five games. However, they haven’t shown signs of improvement in recent games, and they will be looking to turn that around tonight against the Oilers.
One player to watch for the Edmonton Oilers is Leon Draisaitl, who played his best game of the season last game, with one goal and three assists in that game. He will be a key factor in tonight’s game, as he looks to continue his hot streak.
The Oilers will also be relying on their goaltender, Stuart Skinner, to come up big tonight. Skinner has been solid in his last two games, allowing only one goal in each game. If he can keep up that level of play, the Oilers will have a good chance of coming out on top.
Overall, this should be a great game between two talented teams, one heating up and one hoping not to go into a funk. The Edmonton Oilers will be looking to keep their winning streak alive, while the Kraken will be looking to turn things around and get back in the win column. It should be an exciting matchup and one that fans won’t want to miss.
- Published on 11/15/2023 at 5:19 PM MST
- Last updated on 11/15/2023 at 5:19 PM MST