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Participant grades: Oilers break dropping slide with full staff effort, snuff Flames 5-2 in Heritage Traditional

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Flames 2, Oilers 5

Edmonton Oilers completed one thing at Commonwealth Stadium on Sunday that they’ve but to do at Rogers Place this season: win a house sport.

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The Oilers confronted what appeared like a must-win contest with their provincial rivals on Sunday, and acquired it with a 5-2 overcome the Calgary Flames earlier than 55,411 spectators within the 2023 Heritage Traditional. The house aspect dominated the motion at even power, however a gentle stream of penalties together with a pair of prolonged 2-man disadvantages resulted in a pair of Calgary powerplay objectives that stored issues shut at 3-2 by 40 minutes. The Oil responded with their greatest third interval of the season, scoring a pair of tallies together with an empty netter whereas holding the Flames at bay.

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Edmonton outshot Calgary 34-26 together with 31-18 at even power, whereas our personal evaluation on the Cult of Hockey had the Oilers with a 15-9 edge in Grade A Photographs (operating rely).

With the win the Oilers handed the Flames and moved into thirtieth place general, ending October with a 2-5-1 mark. They’ve a little bit of catching as much as do, however lots of time during which to do it.

Passing grades for all in what we noticed as a robust staff effort.

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Cult of Hockey player grades

#2 Evan Bouchard, 7. Scored the sport winner with a seeing-eye slapper by visitors late within the first that restored Edmonton’s 2-goal lead simply 71 seconds after it had been minimize in half. Spent a good period of time trapped behind his personal blueline (photographs +6/-11 at evens) however stored his head and made some calm performs below strain. Particular person contributions to Grade A Photographs (GAS): even power +3/-1; particular groups +0/-0.

#5 Cody Ceci, 7. Rock strong all through. Led Oilers defencemen in time on ice at each even power (17:18) and on the penalty kill (a whopping 4:51) in addition to general (22:09) with out being assigned a single mistake on a Grade A shot. Fired 6 shot makes an attempt at one finish, blocked 2 on the different. Made an enormous clear from the blue paint within the late going. GAS: ES +1/-0; ST +0/-0.

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#10 Derek Ryan, 7. Performed simply 8:50 in a utility function, however was very efficient with 2 photographs, 3 takeaways (tied with Draisaitl for the staff lead), and 6/8=75% on the faceoff dot. Made a pleasant feed to Holloway for an awesome look that didn’t pan out. Made a terrific play to clear the zone and get the puck as much as Kane for the empty netter, thus turning into the primary Oilers backside sixer to attain a degree this season. GAS: ES +1/-0; ST +0/-0.

#14 Mattias Ekholm, 5. Had a really sturdy first half-hour however had his struggles within the again half of the sport, together with getting burned on the second Flames powerplay objective late within the second. 0 shot makes an attempt, 2 hits, 3 giveaways. GAS: ES +1/-1; ST +0/-2.

#18 Zach Hyman, 7. Nice efficiency by the sport’s first star with a objective, an help, and a whopping +4 on the night time. Scored the 2-0 objective on a nifty end of Draisaitl’s superb cross, screened the goalie on the 3-1, and gained a puck battle within the build-up to the 4-2. He was, nevertheless, among the many culprits on the second Flames objective. Crunched Blake Coleman with a pleasant hit. GAS: ES +5/-0; ST +0/-2.

#21 Adam Erne, 5. Performed simply 3:34, managing a shot and three hits in that transient alternative. Mashed Yegor Sharangovich with a heavy hit. Additionally arrange Ryan for an honest likelihood. GAS: ES +1/-0; ST 0.

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The Edmonton Oilers’ Darnell Nurse (25) battles the Calgary Flames’ Dryden Hunt (15) in entrance of goalie Stuart Skinner (74) throughout second interval motion on the Heritage Traditional, in Edmonton Sunday Oct. 29, 2023. Photograph by David Bloom Photograph by David Bloom /David Bloom/Postmedia

#25 Darnell Nurse, 7. A tower of energy within the defensive zone with sturdy positioning, an lively stick, and a few onerous bodily play. Crossed the road when he punched Dryden Hunt whereas defending the crease, placing the Oilers 2 males quick and getting docked 1 full grade from what was in any other case an awesome sport. Gained a key battle deep in his personal territory that led to the Draisaitl-Hyman 2-on-1, whilst no secondary help was awarded on the play. No errors resulting in Grade A photographs in opposition to. Led the D-corps with 4 hits and 5 blocks, whereas the Oilers loved a 13-3 benefit in photographs on objective throughout his 17 minutes at 5v5. His greatest sport of the younger season. GAS: ES +2/-0, ST 0.

#27 Brett Kulak, 7. Opened up the scoring by following up his personal play proper to the web entrance and popping house a rebound. Cut up time with a few companions on the third pairing, together with 6½ minutes with Desharnais (photographs 5-2 Oilers) and 4 minutes with Broberg (photographs 5-0 Oilers). Quietly environment friendly. GAS: ES +1/-0; ST 0.

#28 Connor Brown, 6. His sport continues to return round, whilst he stays with out a level on the season. 3 photographs together with a Grade A, although he might need been higher served on that play to cross off to an open Draisaitl within the slot. 1 hit, 1 takeaway, 0 issues. Oilers outshot the Flames 7-1 throughout his 12 minutes at 5v5. GAS: ES +1/-0; ST 0.

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#29 Leon Draisaitl, 8. Workhorse efficiency as his 24:55 ice time led each groups, ahead or defence. His 2:53 on the penalty kill led all forwards. Charged with a penalty for enjoying with a damaged stick, whilst he performed the puck together with his skate he didn’t drop the fractured blade earlier than doing so. Obtained the final giggle when he emerged from the sin bin and arrange the 2-0 inside seconds, making an exquisitely timed feed to Hyman for the tap-in. Later teed up Bouchard for the purpose blast that made it 3-1. Drew each Calgary penalties.  His 2-way efficiency included 3 photographs, 1 hit, 3 takeaways to simply 1 giveaway, 1 block.  0 defensive errors on Grade A Photographs whereas contributing to a whopping 7 on the good finish. His solely down word was a mediocre 11/25=44% on the dot. GAS: ES +7/-0; ST 0.

#37 Warren Foegele, 7. Obtained the dream job using shotgun with Draisaitl and McDavid and delkivered a robust 2-way sport, whilst his arms let him down a time or two. 3 photographs, 2 hits. GAS: ES +4/-0; ST +0/-1.

#55 Dylan Holloway, 5. His typical sturdy effort, whilst he continues to beat the puck sq.. Had an awesome likelihood in alone within the third however bobbled the puck on an tried deke. GAS: ES +1/-1; ST 0.

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#71 Ryan McLeod, 5. One other quiet sport with out a single shot try, with simply 3 photographs on both web (2-1 Oilers) throughout his 8:13 at 5v5. Did nicely on the dot with 6/7=86%. GAS: ES 0, ST 0.

EDMONTON, CANADA – OCTOBER 29: Vincent Desharnais #73 of the Edmonton Oilers celebrates scoring against goaltender Jacob Markstrom #25 of the Calgary Flames during the third period of the 2023 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic at Commonwealth Stadium on October 29, 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Oilers defeated the Flames 5-2.
EDMONTON, CANADA – OCTOBER 29: Vincent Desharnais #73 of the Edmonton Oilers celebrates scoring in opposition to goaltender Jacob Markstrom #25 of the Calgary Flames through the third interval of the 2023 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Traditional at Commonwealth Stadium on October 29, 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Oilers defeated the Flames 5-2. Photograph by Derek Leung /Getty Photos

#73 Vincent Desharnais, 6. Earns a bonus level for his first profession objective, huge in its context because it restored Edmonton’s 2-goal lead at 4-2, 6 minutes into the third. He can honestly inform his progeny that he went “bar down” on Jacob Markstrom, as his lob shot into visitors from the purpose took a loopy hop off the outside ice, sprang over Markstrom’s shoulder and tickled the iron on its manner in. Performed 12:37 together with 3½ minutes on the PK. On the ice for the primary Flames objective (scored 5v3 on a well-executed deflection) and within the field for the second for a marginal interference name on the finish of an prolonged bodily battle with A.J. Greer. Snuffed out various performs alongside the partitions and within the low slot. GAS: ES +1/-1; ST +0/-2.

#74 Stuart Skinner, 7. No likelihood on the primary Calgary objective, a deflection in a 3v5 scenario; a little bit of a greasy rebound on the second. However slammed the door thereafter. Made an necessary save on Andrew Mangiapane’s deflection from the sting of the blue paint late within the second, then turned apart all 10 photographs he confronted within the third. 26 photographs, 24 saves, .923 save proportion.

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#86 Philip Broberg, 5. Used sparingly, enjoying simply 7:19. A clean line on the Occasion Abstract with no private stats, however the Oilers outshot the Flames 5-1 throughout his time. GAS: ES 0, ST 0.

#91 Evander Kane, 8. A tower of energy all through. Led each groups in each photographs and hits with a half dozen of every, whereas posting high-event boxcars of 1-2-3, +3 with 4 PiM. A few nasty hits in there, and was rightly tagged with a boarding name for hammering Mackenzie Weegar. Creamed Chris Tanev with a heavy hit that was deemed authorized. Additionally earned a few major assists, making a rebound for Kulak with a close-in deflection, then screening Markstrom on Desharnais’ tally. Scored the empty netter himself to place the ultimate nail within the proverbial coffin. Was mic’d up for the sport and was overheard saying “what’s anyone on the ice going to do about it?”, with the Flames’ reply in each phrase and deed seemingly nothing, nothing in any respect. GAS: ES +5/-0; ST +0/-1.

#93 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, 7. Centred a really efficient second line between Kane and Hyman, with the Oilers holding a 13-6 benefit in photographs throughout RNH’s 16 minutes at evens. Additionally chipped in about 3 minutes on every particular staff. 3 photographs, 2 hits, 2 takeaways, and a strong 11/18=61% on the faceoff dot. Took a marginal holding penalty. Across the puck all sport lengthy. GAS: ES +4/-1; ST 0.

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#97 Connor McDavid, 6. A welcome sight again within the line-up after a 2-game absence. Was concerned in some good mixture performs within the early going, incomes a secondary help on Bouchard’s objective. As the sport went alongside the puck didn’t cooperate for him the way in which it often does on enviornment ice, however he was removed from alone in that division, simply extra hampered by it than most. Lined up totally on left wing, taking simply 4 faceoffs (25%). 2 photographs, 2 giveaways, 2 takeaways, 2 blocks. Grade A photographs: ES +4/-2; ST 0. 

EDMONTON, CANADA – OCTOBER 29: Connor McDavid #97 (L) and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins #93 of the Edmonton Oilers celebrate after defeating the Calgary Flames during the third period of the 2023 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic at Commonwealth Stadium on October 29, 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Oilers defeated the Flames 5-2.
EDMONTON, CANADA – OCTOBER 29: Connor McDavid #97 (L) and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins #93 of the Edmonton Oilers have a good time after defeating the Calgary Flames through the third interval of the 2023 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Traditional at Commonwealth Stadium on October 29, 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Oilers defeated the Flames 5-2. Photograph by Derek Leung /Getty Photos

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