Let’s Have Fun With Edmonton Oilers

The second game in the first series between Kings and Oilers could not be won in Game 1. Connor McDavid cuts all sales Los Angeles Kings or Mike Smith plays puck up in the middle of the Kings player, launching himself on the line to stop the first shot, and enter LA’s winning goal seconds later. (The Sportsnet announcer called Smith’s culture “a great risk, a great reward”.) In fact, being a 6-0 Oilers victory, Game 2 had no real game at all. But the game was a lot more fun as the playoff blowouts went, and it really encouraged me to Jay Woodcroft’s Oilers (which are like rock!) Let the eastern hockey experts insist that Kings-Oilers and matchup no one cares. When both go crazy for Igor Shesterkin and Jake Guentzel and Louis Domingue’s spicy pork with broccoliI can tell you, politely but boldly, that this series is fun and excellent.

Everything a politician wants is here: two good teams that can fly on ice, better protection than you expect, former players who make everyone nervous, some young and fun guys, some older and obviously. interesting Dudes, LA’s evil special forces and Edmonton good special forces, and some of the most powerful groups to date. The list is set as it returns to LA for the next two games.

Pacific Division finds it difficult because it is easy to make playoffs out there. I agree to recently send a text message to a friend, “jeez the pacific and trash I’m jealous” in a moment of frustration for the Atlantic Division. But don’t let the bad reputation of this section stop you from seeing the light, and that Edmonton Oilers is the best. Since joining Woodcroft as head coaches in mid-February, the team has significantly changed its 5v5 playback. The lead group sits alone with Connor McDavid on the ice. Defendants, whose personal names may cause a person to droop his head and scratch his face in fear, have proven to be effective when sent with caution and given adequate ice time. They are all very old and late except for Darnell Nurse and Evan Bouchard (whose 37-year-old appearance contradicts his actual 22 years). But by distributing minutes as they are, Woodcroft has ensured that the session is not outdated and delayed and tax collectors.

In the past, it was not uncommon for McDavid and Leon Draisaitl to play crazy minutes to avenge the team’s wrongdoing. But he doesn’t have to do that much when everyone else can create chances and score goals like a Bouchard bomb set up by Ryan McLeod, one of the youngest and most fun guys. Neither Draisaitl nor McDavid did not lead the Oilers forward in the TOI last night. What a growth! This means that if the pair are not warmed up and die from skating for 30 minutes at night, they will play well, too.

The defendant should also not be dismissed. The Kings battled injuries to every defender on their list this season (including Drew Doughty, who underwent last season surgery), so their blue line is a fun little combination of vets and — yes, that’s right, young guys can be fun. Rookie defenders Jordan Spence and Sean Durzi have been given many titles by their coach, Todd McLellan. For example, Durzi has already started returning the first part of the game.

He may want to give up his CV, however, since a strong LA game is not very good. It sucked badly last night scored on the shorthanded. The reason for the Kings’ # 1 problem is that this list could have significant group differences in the postseason. Problem # 2 is that, although they can control access to opportunities and create opportunities quickly, Kings struggle to gain power. The the difference between their actual interest rate and the expected target it was all the worst in the league this season, and even worse than the team that finished 31 worst. It seemed as if I looked at them, they won by a goal or a defeat by five and were shut out. Which Kings game will we see the most in this series? Philip Danault’s freezing temperatures kept McDavid and Draisaitl silent in Game 1 each time they shared ice. and put up his two points, but failed to do the same in Game 2.

If you want to visit young people to form Your Youth Team, the Kings can also give you the fourth regular line of Quinton Byfield, 19, the second nominee for the 2020 show. Zack Kassian. But this is the Pacific Division, baby. Anything can happen. Maybe, maybe, they will do something good …

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