NL Gazette

GAME VIEW: Edmonton Oilers vs Seattle Kraken

A four-point night for Connor McDavid and another stellar performance for Mikko Koskinen will see the Oilers take their sixteenth win of the season over the Penguins on Wednesday night. Mikko Koskinen saved 32 of Penguins’ 34 shots, while Zach Hyman scored twice for the Oilers. Kailer Yamamoto and Evan Bouchard each had a goal for Edmonton, while Connor McDavid scored from a shot into the back of the net near the end of the third half. Oilers used W but only made 22 shots towards Tristan Jarry and Penguin. They are top of the Pacific region today and they want to stay there for the next 60 games if all goes well.

The Oilers have a three-game winning streak at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle to face Kraken. Can Oilers enhance performance two other points?

It was Connor McDavid in Mikko Koskinen’s performance after his 52nd win over Penguins.

 Like Saturday’s Vegas game, Koskinen went to great lengths to keep the Oilers in the game. Limiting the Penguins to two goals after 40 innings helped the Nightingale win the third inning and match. Wins are a team statistic, but Koskinen is now 12-2nd for the season.

It was Kraken striker Ryan Donato after the club lost 4-3 penalty shootouts against the Red Wings on Wednesday. 

Kraken missed the club’s top two goals, Jordan Eberle and Jared McCann, on Wednesday night, so Ryan Donato believes he will score some goals. The Kraken has only points in the case.

Read More: GAME PREVIEW: Edmonton Oilers @ Seattle Kraken – The Copper & Blue (

Get Canada and Newfoundland’s top News, Market news, and other worldwide news only on

Show More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *