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Online video: OILERS Today | Game six PreviewThe Oilers have got a chance to win their Western Convention Quarterfinal Collection tonight in San Jose, keeping a 3-2 lead during the best-of-seven as a result of a spectacular time beyond regulation acquire Thursday night.It is po sible to watch the game throughout Canada on Sportsnet or hear by means of 630 CHED plus the Oilers Radio Community.Go through the game preview down below and look at again in the course of the day for films, our Early morning Skate Report, lineup updates and much more, which include our Match six Pre-Game Demonstrate. Movie: Portion one | Oilers CoveragePRE-GAME Present: Section one | Element 2YOUR GAME-DAY ESSENTIALSPLAYOFF ESSENTIALSOilers Playoff HQGAME Working day VIDEOOILERS Currently | Tom Gazzola reports to the vital storylines before tonight's gamePRE-GAME Uncooked | LucicPRE-GAME Raw | McDavidPRE-GAME Raw | MaroonPRE-GAME Raw | Oilers Head Coach McLellanOILERS Television PRE-GAME COVERAGEPART one | Oilers CoveragePART two | Sharks CoverageBY THE Figures - PLAYOFFSOilers/Sharks Playoffs Stats ComparisonGame Notes: Oilers vs. Sharks2017 Oilers Postseason Player Statistics2017 Sharks Postseason Participant Statistics2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs BracketBY THE Quantities - Regular SEASONOilers/Sharks Regular Season Stats ComparisonRegular Time Head-to-Head: Oilers vs. Sharks2016-17 Oilers Player Statistics2016-17 Sharks Participant Statistics2016-17 NHL StandingsFRIDAY'S VIDEOSMEDIA AVAIL | Again to San JoseRAW | Mentor McLellanRAW | LetestuRAW | DesharnaisRAW | DraisaitlRAW | Nugent-HopkinsCOMMUNITY | Lil' Oilers Wrap-UpFRIDAY'S Weblogs & ARTICLESApril 21 Oilers Media AvailabilityBLOG: Biggest challenge awaitsBLOG: Composed Oilers prevailBLOG: First elimination gameTAIT: Take a risk. It's the most Edmonton thing it is po sible to doMORE INFORMATIONYou can look at tonight's activity throughout Canada on Sportsnet.Injury ReportUPDATESInside The Oilers BlogINSIDE THE OILERSNews and notes from Friday's Oilers media availability previous to departure for San Jose. >> Read A lot more From the INSIDE THE OILERS BLOGPRE-GAME REPORTSAN JOSE, CA - The Oilers po se s a tremendous opportunity in front of them tonight as they look to gain Game 6 against the San Jose Sharks and punch their ticket to the second round of the Stanley Esa Tikkanen Jersey Cup Playoffs.Edmonton took a 3-2 sequence direct on home ice at Rogers Place on Thursday with a thrilling 4-3 time beyond regulation decision that saw them battle again from a 3-1 deficit late within the second period. Now, as they return to hostile territory at SAP Center, they will look to make it back-to-back wins and close out the Sharks, but they know it will not be an easy task."It's a big opportunity, but a big challenge as well," said Oilers captain Connor McDavid, who has a goal and two a sists inside the sequence. "You always hear about that fourth video game being the hardest to win. They're going to be at their best. They're going to be at their most desperate, so we need to expect that. They're going to play smart. They're going to play hard We're going to have to match their compete and exceed that."While momentum has been tough to maintain for both teams this sequence, the Oilers look to continue to perform the way they did during the third period and extra time in Activity 5, as they rallied to tie it up, outshot the Sharks 14-2 in sudden death and ultimately generated the game-winner from David Desharnais."This is a big step for our group; we all know what's at stake tonight," said Patrick Maroon, who scored Edmonton's first goal in Thursday's victory. "This is a really good, veteran team over there. They're going to come out flying from the first 10 minutes, so we've got to match it and find ways to do what we did in extra time along with the third period. We were relentle s, getting pucks deep, throwing pucks to the pads, getting on our forecheck and winning our puck battles.""We did a good job responding after being down a couple goals in Sport 5," added Milan Lucic, who will suit up for his 107th career playoff game tonight. "We raised our level of play and that's the type of play we're going to need tonight. Maybe even a little more. They're a team with a lot of character and guys that want to get. It's definitely going to be the hardest sport of the series tonight."The Oilers had all four forward lines buzzing in Thursday's sudden-death period, getting the winner from the Pouliot-Desharnais-Slepyshev trio. That balanced attack is something they hope to replicate tonight."That's what the plan is, to keep everyone engaged and everybody finds a way to contribute," said Head Mentor Todd McLellan. "All too often the top two lines neutralize each other and your third and fourth lines tend to rise or fall to the occasion. We were lucky to get ours performing in Game 5 and we need that here in Recreation six."LESSONS LEARNEDThe last Oilers road sport in this sequence was not a pleasant experience as the Sharks rallied in front of their home crowd and exploded offensively en route to the dominant 7-0 decision. Edmonton was up within the series heading into that match as well, so they're fully aware of what can happen if they perform like they did in Activity 4."We learned our le son in Match 4 being comfortable with a sequence direct," Lucic said. "Hopefully we don't have to learn another le son tonight.""We know what they did to us in their barn last sport," Maroon added. "We've got to find ways to put in a better effort."The Oilers had struggled with their discipline heading into Sport 4 and it reached a boiling point that evening as they gave the Sharks eight power plays, four of which they converted on. Consequently, Edmonton played shorthanded just once in Recreation 5 and also got a power-play marker from Mark Letestu."We've shown what happens when you take a bunch of penalties," McDavid said. "The result was not good for us. We've got to stay out of the box."The captain said the young Oilers squad has soaked up a lot of experience during the first five games that they hope they can use to their advantage to clinch the collection tonight."We've definitely learned a lot of le sons," McDavid said. "This sequence has had it all, honestly. Tight games, blowouts, all the ups and downs. We've definitely learned a lot through the first five."LINEUP NOTESBased on the team's formations during their early morning skate, no changes to the lineup are expected, so look for Drake Caggiula to stay with McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, while Patrick Maroon will play with Letestu Adam Larsson Jersey and Zack Ka sian.Acro s the rink, the Sharks are expected to dre s Joonas Donskoi in favour of Timo Meier up front. Donskoi has one a sist in four games this collection, while Meier has been held pointle s in five.-- Ryan Frankson, edmontonoilers.comPREVIEWOILERS (3-2) at SHARKS (2-3)Television: 8:30 p.m. MDT; Televised on SportsnetThursday was an incredible game from an Oilers fan's perspective. It had drama with a comeback from down two goals topped off by David Desharnais' overtime winner.And now the task gets even harder. The Oilers square off tonight against the reigning Western Meeting Champions and all the experience they po se s with an opportunity to send them packing."It is the biggest challenge and the playoff pundits will tell you the toughest one to earn is the final one," said Oilers Head Coach Todd McLellan on Friday before departure for San Jose. "Teams that are playing right now have got a very high belief system regardle s of where they are while in the collection."OILERS KEYS TO SUCCESS:STAY OUT OF THE BOX: The Oilers did an excellent job staying out of the penalty box on Thursday night time, granting the Sharks only one man advantage and that helped the team roll four lines, paying off with the fourth line getting the OT winner.FAST START: San Jose is known for its fast starts, especially at home. The Oilers will need to do what it can to limit this.PLAY PHYSICAL: San Jose will come out physical like they did in Sport 4 at home. The Oilers have had a much more physical sport at Rogers Place through the collection than around the road.ROSTER UPDATES:Edmonton: The Oilers are healthy with the exception of Tyler Pitlick, who's out for the period.San Jose: The Sharks have no signfiicant injuries.FAST FACTS:Edmonton has never lost a sequence where it won Recreation 5 of a series tied 2-2 and in terms of all series where the Oilers led three games to two, they are 11-1 with a Recreation 6 record of 7-5. San Jose is 1-10 when trailing a best-of-seven sequence three games to two and a record of 3-8 in Match six.Historically, the team leading three games to two with Sport six to the road has a record of 111-103 (51.9%) in those games and has gone on to win the series 79% of the time (169-45).The Oilers additional time 4-3 gain over San Jose on Apr. 20, marked the 25th extra time earn in Oilers playoff history, and first since Fernando Pisani scored in extra https://www.styleoilers.com/edmonton-oilers-jersey/ryan-nugent-hopkins-jersey time to give the Oilers a 4-3 acquire over Carolina in match 5 of the 2006 Stanley Cup finals. The Oilers now po se s a 25-19 all-time extra time record within the playoffs.QUOTABLE:"It's a hostile place to play in that arena. We have had some succe s but the important thing for us is to be ready to play. I believe we've learned our le son following Match 4 and we know they're going to use a push." -- Oilers head coach Todd McLellanHEAD-TO-HEAD:Oilers guide best-of-seven series 3-2Apr 12: San Jose three at Edmonton two (OT)Apr 14: San Jose 0 at Edmonton 2Apr 16: Edmonton 1 at San Jose 0Apr 18: Edmonton 0 at San Jose 7Apr 20: San Jose three at Edmonton 4 (OT)Apr 22: Edmonton at San Jose - 8:30 p.m. MDTApr 24: San Jose at Edmonton - If Nece saryEdmonton won the year collection this year 3-1-1Dec 23: Edmonton 2 at San Jose 3 (OT)Jan 10: San Jose 5 at Edmonton 3Jan 26: Edmonton 4 at San Jose 1Mar 30: San Jose two at Edmonton 3Apr six: Edmonton 4 at San Jose 2In 2006, Edmonton defeated San Jose 4 games to two within the only playoff match-up ever between the two teamsMay 7: Edmonton 1 at San Jose 2May 8: Edmonton 1 at San Jose 2May 10: San Jose two at Edmonton three (3OT)May 12: San Jose 3 at Edmonton 6May 14: Edmonton 6 at San Jose 3May 17: San Jose 0 at Edmonton 2
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