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Ducks vs Oilers
The Anaheim Ducks and Edmonton Oilers match up four times this coming season, kicking off with a Wednesday, December 10 game at Honda Center. After two visits to Rexall Place in Edmonton the two teams wrap up their season series when the Oilers visit Honda Center on Wednesday, April 1. It's been a tough decade for the Oilers, one of the more storied non “Original 6” franchises. The club has routinely finished at the bottom of the NHL standings, even though they've drafted a large number of talented young players as a result. Last year the Ducks won three of the four matchups between the two teams, outscoring Edmonton 16-14 in the process. The Oilers finished 7 th in the Pacific Division with just 67 points a year ago. The Oilers finished with the league's third worst record.
Due to their poor finishes over the past 8 years the Oilers have had a top ten pick in the NHL draft seven of the past eight seasons. The Oilers traded for forward Teddy Purcell from the Tampa Bay Lightning, who'll join a group of talented forwards. Taylor Hall was the Oilers leading scorer a year ago with 80 points. Jordan Eberle and David Perron provide additional goal-scoring capability, with Perron registering 28 goals in 2013-2014. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins is the player to watch for Edmonton. The former top overall pick could have a breakout year. He finished with 56 points a year ago and should top that number this season. Nail Yakupov is yet another high draft pick who the Oilers will need more production out of. Yakupov had an extremely poor second season and will look to improve his form.
Edmonton made some moves in the offseason to shore up a defense that was last in the league a year ago. The team signed veterans Mark Fayne and Keith Aulie to join a group that includes Andrew Ference and Justin Schultz. A trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets brought in Nikita Nikitin. The revamped defense could be the catalyst for an improved season in Edmonton. Former Los Angeles King Ben Scrivens and former Ducks Viktor Fasth are the top two goaltenders. Keith and Seabrook lead a talented Edmonton defensive group, which includes young Nick Leddy, Niklas Hjalmarrson and Johnny Oduya. Corey Crawford, much maligned early in his career, has evolved into an outstanding NHL goaltender. Last season Crawford had an outstanding 2.17 goals against average, along with a .917 save percentage. He's backed up by Antti Raanta.
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