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Topic - Nail Yakupov
Not much has gone right for the Edmonton Oilers and Nail Yakupov in a season where much was expected.
The Edmonton Oilers' got everyone involved in this slump-busting win.
Nail Yakupov is ready to live with the spotlight that comes with being a No. 1 pick.
The Edmonton Oilers are getting tired of going first in the NHL draft and Nail Yakupov knows part of his job is to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Nail Yakupov is ready to live with the pressure of being a No. 1 pick.
"It was a good play by our guys down low to protect the puck," Yakupov said. "A great change by (Jordan Eberle). All I had to do was find space in the middle because I saw the two guys behind. I just had to find a spot. I think that was our top game this season. We need to do it to have a good time before the break."
"It's not over, it's just starting," he said.