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Strength power: 16 (20.3%)
Penalty killing: 24 (75.4%)
Playing power: 27 (15.6%)
Penalty killing: 16 (80.0%)
KEEP THE MOMENTUM
The Oilers have played with & # 39; robust and resilient in & # 39; selling San Jose on Tuesday, which is often the case when a team only removes his coach. The key is to try to keep that progress & # 39; the greatest intensity before and after the embarrassment of getting Todd McLellan and adrenaline shot to try to impress Ken Hitchcock. Game & # 39; afternoon against the Ducks should provide a better idea of Hitchcock & # 39; what you're dealing with.
Anaheim is the last team to Edmonton to be seen. This team was not good for them, and we're not even talking about the controversial revolution of their playoff two years ago. The Ducks have taken 25 points from their last 27 games against Edmonton, which will become a 19-2-6 dating back to April 2012. They are 10-1-2 in their last 13 meeting with & # 39; Edmonton at the Honda Center. Anaheim is really banged up, though, so maybe you can & # 39; to make a difference.
Who would think that Pontus ABERG had six goals in the first 17 game of the season? Certainly not the Oilers, who qatgħuh loose pre-season after scoring two goals in & # 39; 16 game for the past year. But he was a boon for the Ducks since caught him on waivers. ABERG has more goals in & # 39; 17 game with Ducks had failed in his three previous seasons combined.
Hitchcock likes the look of & # 39; Connor MCDAVID Leon Draisiatl and play together and m & # 39; has no intention to change what soon. The loading of the first line is not exactly a unique strategy in today's NHL, but the key is getting good minutes from the rest of your lines. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins had played with & # 39; robust second line against San Jose and is the key to this formula to move & # 39; forward.
The percentage of & # 39; teams are keeping playoff spots on the United States. Thanksgiving to keep them until the end of the season is only & # 39; 80% over the past 10 years. This is great news for the Oilers, who have reached the point & # 39; control in tenth place. But they are just one point back & # 39; Anaheim for third in the Pacific Division and weak to walk & # 39; above cutter line by one day late & # 39; Week victory.
Connor MCDAVID vs. Ryan Kesler
This is a classic match between one of the most dynamic offensive players in the game and one of the best defensive players and b & # 39; both directions in the game. Kesler embrace the opportunity to try and stop MCDAVID done very well in it. It's smart, he likes getting physical with head & # 39; the player is checking. However, MCDAVID growing b & # 39; more experience in & # 39; this item, and began to turn the tables last season, and drew six points in his last two games against the extraction area last year. It should benefit from being accompanied by Leon Draisaitl.
Connor Drake Caggiula MCDAVID Leon Draisaitl
Ryan Spooner Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Alex Chiasson
Milan Lucic Kyle Brodziak Zack Kassian
Jujhar Khaira Cooper Marody Ty Rattie
Oscar Klefbom Adam Larsson
Darnell Nurse Kris Russell
Kevin Gravel Matt Benning
Rickard Rakell Ryan Getzlaf Ondrej Kase
Andrew Cogliano Ryan Kesler Jakob Silfverberg
Nick Ritchie Adam Henrique Pontus ABERG
Brian Gibbons Kalle Kossila Kiefer Sherwood
Jacob Larsson Josh Manson
Josh Mahura Brandon MONTOUR
Marcus Pettersson Andy Welinski
RW Corey Perry (knee); D Hampus Lindholm (the t & # 39; bottom part); D Cam Fowler (surface).
D Andrej Sekera (Achilles); LW Tobias Rieder (part & # 39; above).
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The recent spread of & # 39; oil podcast: Hitchcock as Head Coach of Oilers
Todd McLellan is out, is Ken Hitchcock as head coach of the Edmonton Oilers.
The move on Tuesday, 20 & # 39; November 2018, comes after the team lost six & # 39; the last seven & # 39; games will come to a road trip to California, sitting game under .500 and sitting outside the NHL playoff season.
Craig Ellingson meet & # 39; with hockey writers Jim Matheson and Derek Van Diest about the change in training, because it happens now and get & # 39; can we expect from Hitchcock, indigenous & # 39; Edmonton and one of the winning coaches of NHL history.