Oilers Win In 2OT and Penniless McCarty Scores Again

Oilers stun Wings in double OT

Edmonton’s double overtime win on Tuesday puts the Detroit Red Wings in familiar territory – trailing an upstart team early in the NHL playoffs.
Jarret Stoll scored the winner at 8:44 of the second extra period, as the Oilers beat Detroit 4-3 at Rexall Place to take a 2-1 series lead in the Western Conference quarter-final.

Sharks score a knockdown

In taking a 2-1 series lead Tuesday, the Sharks have left the Nashville Predators with two major questions:
What can we do to score at even strength? And what if Joe Thornton starts producing points?
The Sharks outlasted the Predators 4-1 in Game 3 at HP Pavilion by continuing to dominate the five-on-five play and punishing them physically. Game 4 is Thursday.

Senators legislate Game 3 victory vs. Lightning

The Ottawa Senators are determined to shake their reputation as playoff failures.
Two nights after a third-period collapse at home revived talk about past postseason disappointment, the top-seeded team in the Eastern Conference regained control of its first-round series against the Tampa Bay Lightning with an impressive 8-4 victory on Tuesday night.

Flames ruffle feathers

The road warriors are back.
Forget that disappointing regular-season road record. The Calgary Flames were a formidable force last night at Arrowhead Pond, where they thumped the Anaheim Mighty Ducks 5-2 in their quarter-final series.
Calgary holds a 2-1 series lead with Game 4 tomorrow night in Anaheim.

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2 Responses to Oilers Win In 2OT and Penniless McCarty Scores Again

  1. Art says:

    Speaking of double overtime. Hasn't her fifteen minutes of fame gone on long enough?
    By the way, that pic, not so safe for work.

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