June 13, 2024

Evander Kane Likely Returning For Oilers on Tuesday vs Kraken | YardbarkerCody Ceci, five, and Nurse were paired to stop Nashville’s best unit, Nyquist-O’Reilly-Forsberg-McDonough-Josi. They had a difficult time, to put it mildly, and ultimately lost the shot share fight. Nevertheless, they were successful in their primary objective of maintaining a clean sheet in addition to contributing to the penalty kill, which had a 100% clearance rate in three tests. ES +0/-3; ST +0/-0 for GAS.

Derek Ryan, #10, at 5. silent but powerful on the PK as well as at even strength. At 8:53, the lone forward with less than 10 minutes of ice time GAS: ES +0/-1; ST

#13 Janmark Mattias, 6. had a great performance on the penalty kick, leading the Oilers forwards with 3:04 TOI in which Nashville managed just 1 shot. He had a great chance at evens from close range but couldn’t solve Kevin Lankinen. Gas: ST = 0/-0; ES = +1/-1.

#14 McDavid’s goal was primarily assisted by Mattias Ekholm, age 6. Breaking his stick during the play and failing to stop the slot pass that ensued, he was one of those defeated on Nashville’s goal. 0 shot attempts, 2 hits, 2 blocks. Gas: ST = 0/-0; ES = +1/-1.

#18 Zachary Hyman, age 7. A couple of times his hands failed him, most notably when he botched what looked to be a tap-in of a fantastic Draisaitl feed. He did, however, leave his mark on the 3-0 by winning a crucial duel and screening Lankinen on the 1-0. It took a goaltender interference call for a hard charge on goal in between times. With his 30th goal of the season, he finally found a way to put one in the empty net. GAS: ST +1/-0, ES +3/-2.

Darnell Nurse #4, #25. Even though his partnership was able to maintain a clean sheet of results on the scoreboard, the large defender found this game to be a bit of a grind. had a lot on his hands, especially with Filip Forsberg, who had an outstanding afternoon. incurred a fine. 4 tries at shots, 3 blocks, 2 hits, and 1 steal. Gas: ST = 0/-1, ES = 0/-6.

#27 Brett Kulak, age 6. completed the task on a successful third pairing. brought three hits of physicality. ES +0/-2; ST +0/-0 for GAS.

#28 Six-year-old Connor Brown led the Oilers with four turnovers, two of which were turned into 5-alarm attempts (albeit not goals) thanks to deft passes to Janmark and McLeod. provided three excellent minutes during the penalty kill. ES +2/-2; ST +0/-0 for GAS.

Leon Draisaitl, #29, 8. On the day the Big Diesel earned his 800th point in his career, the grade was appropriate. On his lone attempt, a trademark powerplay snipe marked the milestone. He scored three points for the second straight game with two key assists. A rare subpar performance with 2/10=20% on the faceoff dot. His TOI of 19:48 led every forward. GAS: ST +2/-0, ES +4/-1.

#37 Foegele Warren, 4. Under Foegele’s supervision, his line-up with RNH and Kane was crushed at 5v5 (shot attempts +6/-22; shots +3/-10; goals +0/-1). Despite having trouble handling the puck, managed to lead the Oilers in hits. GAS: ES

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