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Topic - Sam Gagner
Headed for a last-place finish in the Western Conference, the Edmonton Oilers are enjoying the chance to play spoilers.
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.
The Los Angeles Kings are winning game after game - even when they aren't at their best.
Dallas Eakins wasn't happy after the first 40 minutes, and he let his Edmonton Oilers know it.
The Stars have their first win of 2014.
It's all there in black and white, spiral-bound behind a cover with the line, "London Knights — 'A Tradition of Excellence.' " Eighty-six pages of the Knights' recruiting guide handed to prospective players, detailing everything from dress codes, game schedules and curfews to local media coverage and schools.
Darryl Sittler knows exactly how Sam Gagner felt.
"It's nice to get rewarded there," Gagner said of the tying goal. "You have to learn to find ways to win, especially for us down the stretch here."
"I thought it was one of those games where we battled against that team and we held our own physically," he said. "We're obviously not happy with the result, but we have to move forward."