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Look: Goalie Gave Up Horrific Goal Last Night

It's not every night that you see a 132-foot game-tying goal. Especially in the playoffs. On Tuesday, the Calgary Flames caught Mike Smith sleeping; forcing an unbelievable misplay by the 40-year-old Oilers goalie to tie things up 3-3 in the third. Hockey fans couldn't believe the goalie's gaffe on social...
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PREVIEW: Oilers at Flames (Game 5)

Oilers pre-game coverage is presented by SkipTheDishes. The Edmonton Oilers look to finish off their second-round series against the Calgary Flames in Game 5 at the Scotiabank Saddledome. You can watch the game on Sportsnet West or listen live on the Oilers Radio Network, including 630 CHED. Read the Preview...
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NHL Rumors: Oilers, Golden Knights, Panthers, Canucks

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, Evander Kane is questionable for Game 5 of the Edmonton Oilers versus Calgary Flames series because of the birth of his baby son. Meanwhile, there is talk about what kind of extension the Oilers would be willing to throw his way. The Vegas Golden...
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Oilers’ Kane Putting Together an All-Time Great Postseason

Connor McDavid is ascending to a new level of greatness during the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs, recording six goals and 19 assists thus far, as he has led the Edmonton Oilers to a 3-1 series lead over the Calgary Flames in Round 2 after a 4-3 first-round victory over the Los Angeles Kings.
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Flames look to avoid elimination in Game 5 against Oilers

CALGARY - Milan Lucic used several different phrases to describe where the Calgary Flames stand four games into the Western Conference Second Round against the Edmonton Oilers. They were all accurate. "We've got to win a game, plain and simple," the forward said Wednesday. "Our backs are against the wall....
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BLOG: Wednesday's travel day to Calgary

CALGARY, AB - Just one more win to advance. One more victory for the Edmonton Oilers over their rivals the Calgary Flames in Game 5 of their second-round Battle of Alberta series will book their ticket to the Western Conference Finals, and the focus in the Orange & Blue camp remains solely on the simple aspect of putting their best game of the Stanley Cup Playoffs forward on Thursday night at Scotiabank Saddledome.
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THE SKINNY: FLAMES VS. OILERS - GAME 5

7:30 p.m. MT | TV: CBC/Sportsnet | Radio: Sportsnet 960 The FAN. Purchase your online 50/50 tickets for a chance at some big cash!. 1. Johnny Gaudreau (2-11-13) 2. Matthew Tkachuk (4-6-10) 3. Elias Lindholm (5-4-9) Oilers:. 1. Connor McDavid (6-19-25) 2. Leon Draisaitl (7-15-22) 3. Evander Kane (12-3-15) SPECIAL...
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Kane expected to play for Edmonton Oilers in Game 5 after birth of son

Forward leads playoffs with 12 goals including five in past two games against Flames. Evander Kane is expected to play for the Edmonton Oilers against the Calgary Flames in Game 5 of the Western Conference Second Round on Thursday despite missing the morning skate because of the birth of his son.
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3 Keys: Oilers at Flames, Game 5 of Western Second Round

Edmonton can advance to Western Conference Final; Markstrom, Calgary must contain McDavid. The Edmonton Oilers will try to advance to the conference final for the first time in 16 years when they play the Calgary Flames in Game 5 of the Western Conference Second Round at Scotiabank Saddledome on Wednesday.
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How Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames fans are bringing the action outside the arenas

EDMONTON -- There's much at stake for the Oilers in these Stanley Cup playoffs. Just ask their fans. Thousands of them gather in droves before each game all around Rogers Place. Every side street is filled to the brim. There's a formal -- and free -- tailgate party set up across from the arena, boasting live music, a massive screen on which to watch the game and a line to get in snaking around the block hours ahead of the puck drop for last Sunday's Game 3 of the Oilers' second-round playoff series against the Calgary Flames.
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FLAMESTV PODCAST - IT'S DO-OR-DIE IN GAME 5

Brendan Parker and Peter Loubardias tee up Game 5 between the Flames and Oilers. Brendan Parker and Peter Loubardias tee up Game 5 between the Flames and Oilers, with pregame comments from Matthew Tkachuk, Johnny Gaudreau, Andrew Mangiapane and Head Coach Darryl Sutter. SAY WHAT: 'WE NEED EVERYBODY'. The buzz...
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OIL KINGS: Edmonton one win away from WHL Final

EDMONTON, AB - One win away from a berth in the championship. The Oil Kings doubled up the Winnipeg ICE 4-2 on Wednesday night at Rogers Place to take a 3-1 lead in the WHL Eastern Conference Final and will have a chance to advance to the league championship series with Game 5 on Friday. Tickets are available for the potential clinching game via Ticketmaster.
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Why Edmonton Oilers goalie Mike Smith is the most fascinating player in the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs

Edmonton Oilers goaltender Mike Smith is an agent of chaos. He's the most exhilarating player in the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs, according to Edmonton-area cardiologists. His teammate, Connor McDavid, is the playoffs' most exciting and entertaining player. To watch him play is to watch poetry in motion. To watch Smith play is to watch the embodiment of a Reddit comment, where every third word is capitalized and misspelled.
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PROJECTED LINEUP: Oilers vs. Flames (Game 5)

CALGARY, AB - The Edmonton Oilers will have the opportunity to eliminate the Calgary Flames from the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Thursday night at Scotiabank Saddledome up 3-1 in this second-round Battle of Alberta series. Head Coach Jay Woodcroft is expected to roll out the same lines from Tuesday's 5-3...
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SAY WHAT: 'WE NEED EVERYBODY'

The buzz around the rink ahead of Game 5 against the Oilers. "When you're playing every other day, you're doing a lot of work in-house with guys. That's what's important. Our guys don't have any problem with that. We've done it all year. You don't win - what is it? - 55 games. When you think about" it, we've won 55 games this year, so it's pretty easy to get set for the next one."
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Darryl Sutter’s Comments About Oilers’ Forward Usage Are True

The Flames have used their entire forward group much more than the Oilers and Sutter didn’t seem pleased with the question, noting that he can’t really line match with the use of Edmonton’s better players. The Use of the Oilers’ Forwards in Series vs. Flames. The...
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