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Topic - Jordan Eberle
All that is left for the Edmonton Oilers to do in the regular season is to spoil the postseason plans of others.
Corey Perry got to 40 goals and helped the Anaheim Ducks reach 50 wins.
Ben Scrivens has been a bright spot for the Edmonton Oilers this season.
The Edmonton Oilers are getting some offense these days, along with some strong goaltending. And, it all has them moving up a bit from the bottom of the NHL standings.
Up three goals in the first period against the worst team in the Western Conference, the Minnesota Wild appeared to be rolling to an easy win.
If it was Ales Hemsky's last game with the Edmonton Oilers, he went out on a high note.
The Edmonton Oilers' got everyone involved in this slump-busting win.
The Vancouver Canucks didn't need Henrik Sedin or their head coach to hold on for a win over Edmonton on Tuesday.
New Jets coach Paul Maurice likes what he has seen from Winnipeg rookies Jacob Trouba and Mark Scheifele.
The Edmonton Oilers have locked up forward Taylor Hall with a seven-year contract extension.
There's a little rule in the NHL that allows teams to keep players of a certain ripe age around for nine games before deciding whether to keep them for the season or return them to their junior or European teams.
Vancouver Canucks forward Raffi Torres has been suspended four games for a hit to the head of Edmonton Oilers rookie Jordan Eberle.
"We have been trying to get some confidence in little things and tonight we started to bear down and found some ways to score, especially on the power play," Eberle said. "It definitely gives you some confidence and it was nice to get out of the hole there."
"She's pretty good," right winger Jordan Eberle said. "Once you figure that out, you try and score and put in as many as you can. It's great that she could step in and help us out."