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NHL Playoffs: Game 2 scenario repeats for Oilers, dominating the Kings

NHL Playoffs: Game 2 scenario repeats for Oilers, dominating the Kings


After dominating Game 2 6-0, the Edmonton Oilers picked up where they left off by scoring the first five goals in Game Three on Friday en route to an 8-2 win to advance 2-1 in the first-round series against them. Los Angeles Kings.

Evander Kane scored three goals, Ryan Nugent Hopkins and Zach Hyman scored two goals and an assist each, Cody Cisse scored three assists, Leon Drystel provided a goal and an assist, and Conor McDavid and Evan Bouchard got assists for the Oilers team. .

Despite scoring from one side, the Kings still fired 46 shots at Mike Smith, who stopped 44 after making 30 saves in the second game after his costly mistake that allowed Philip Danault to score the winning goal at the end of the first half.

The Kings gave a sign of life in the second half of the second period when Anzi Kopetar touched the target before partnering with Danault’s second goal in the series.

However, the Oilers team returned with three goals in the third goal. Nugent Hopkins then scored two goals spaced one minute apart and Ken completed a hat-trick within 20 seconds of the clock. Kane already had five goals in the series after his double in Game Two.

Jonathan Quick gave way to Cal Petersen mid-second after allowing four goals from 13 shots. Petersen couldn’t do better, losing four times from 20 shots.

The fourth game in the series is scheduled for Sunday in Los Angeles.

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Ken is willing to do anything to score…even dive in!

He sends Hyman fast to the bathrooms

Danault brings kings closer to achieving 3 goals

Copetar makes fun of Mzetri

Hat trick for Evander Kane