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Vancouver Canucks vs. Edmonton Oilers Pick & Prediction JAN 14TH 2021

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Connor McDavid scored three goals and added an assist in a dominating performance to lead the Edmonton Oilers to a 5-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks Thursday night in Edmonton.

Leon Draisaitl collected four assists, while Mikko Koskinen made 38 saves for the Oilers, who responded with an emphatic win one night after dropping a disappointing 5-3 home game to the Canucks in their season-opening clash.

McDavid, who was held off the scoresheet in the opener on his 24th birthday, was a force all night and had a hand in his team's first four goals, starting with the Ryan Nugent-Hopkins power-play tally 7:59 into the clash -- a rebound goal.

Then it became all about McDavid, who collected his seventh career regular-season hat trick and 13th four-point game.

McDavid's first goal came on a rebound with 0.7 seconds left in the opening period to make it a 2-0 count, finishing a play after a won face-off in the offensive zone.

After Nate Schmidt put the Canucks on the board with a point-shot blast at the 3:24 mark of the second period, McDavid replied five minutes later with a trademark goal. McDavid gained the puck at his own blueline, blazed down the ice with his tremendous speed and deposited a wrist shot from the slot.

Tyler Motte again pulled the Canucks within a goal when he neatly deflected a Travis Hamonic point shot just past the midway point of the game, but McDavid restored his team's two-goal edge before the second intermission by converting his own rebound chance at the 15:08 mark of the frame.

Nugent-Hopkins added a second goal with 8:18 remaining to cap a three-point outing. Kailer Yamamoto collected a pair of assists in the win.

Thatcher Demko stopped 41 shots for the Canucks, who next travel to Calgary for another two-game set of games that begins on Saturday before returning home for their home opener.

The Oilers next play host to the Montreal Canadiens for a pair of games.

--Field Level Media

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W 40% L 60%
4 6
  • Montreal L 7 - 3
  • Montreal W 5 - 6
  • @Calgary L 2 - 5
  • @Calgary L 0 - 3
  • @Edmonton L 2 - 5
  • @Edmonton W 5 - 3
  • @Vegas L 0 - 3
  • Vegas W 0 - 4
  • @Vegas W 2 - 1
  • Vegas L 5 - 3
W 30% L 70%
3 7
  • @Toronto L 2 - 4
  • @Toronto W 3 - 1
  • Montreal L 3 - 1
  • Montreal L 5 - 1
  • Vancouver W 2 - 5
  • Vancouver L 5 - 3
  • @Chicago L 2 - 3
  • @Chicago L 3 - 4
  • Chicago W 3 - 6
  • Chicago L 6 - 4

Next Games

  • Montreal(01-21-21) L 7 - 3
  • Ottawa(12-03-19) W 2 - 5
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  • Ottawa(12-03-19) W 2 - 5
  • @Winnipeg(07-29-20) L 1 - 4
  • @Winnipeg(10-20-19) L 0 - 1
  • @Winnipeg(10-20-19) L 0 - 1
  • Toronto(12-14-19) L 4 - 1
  • Toronto(12-14-19) L 4 - 1

Last Meetings

  • Canucks @ Oilers 2-5
  • Canucks @ Oilers 5-3
  • Oilers @ Canucks 2-4
  • Oilers @ Canucks 3-2
  • Canucks @ Oilers 5-2
  • Canucks @ Oilers 2-3
  • Canucks @ Oilers 6-1
  • Oilers @ Canucks 2-4
  • Canucks @ Oilers 2-3
  • Oilers @ Canucks 3-2

Eastern Conference

Montreal Canadiens3017 0-0-03-0-02416L13-0-0
Tampa Bay Lightning3006 2-0-01-0-0135W33-0-0
Toronto Maple Leafs3206 2-0-11-0-11515L13-0-2
Florida Panthers2004 2-0-00-0-0106W22-0-0
Boston Bruins2115 1-0-01-0-199L22-0-1
Detroit Red Wings2204 2-0-20-0-0910L12-0-2
Ottawa Senators1213 1-0-20-0-01114L31-0-2
Buffalo Sabres1302 0-0-21-0-11112L11-0-3

Western Conference

Winnipeg Jets3106 1-0-02-0-11310L13-0-1
Minnesota Wild3106 0-0-03-0-1119L13-0-1
Nashville Predators2104 2-0-10-0-0107L12-0-1
St. Louis Blues2104 1-0-01-0-11015L12-0-1
Colorado Avalanche2204 1-0-11-0-11410L12-0-2
Chicago Blackhawks0311 0-0-00-0-3920L40-0-3

Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers3106 3-0-10-0-01916L13-0-1
New York Islanders3106 2-0-01-0-196L13-0-1
Washington Capitals2015 0-0-02-0-01514L22-0-0
New Jersey Devils2104 1-0-01-0-1911L12-0-1
Carolina Hurricanes2104 0-0-02-0-196L12-0-1
Pittsburgh Penguins2204 2-0-00-0-21418L22-0-2
New York Rangers1202 1-0-20-0-088L11-0-2
Columbus Blue Jackets1224 0-0-01-0-21016L21-0-2

Western Conference

Vegas Golden Knights4008 4-0-00-0-0167W44-0-0
Calgary Flames2015 2-0-00-0-0116L12-0-0
San Jose Sharks2204 0-0-02-0-21314L22-0-2
Edmonton Oilers2304 1-0-31-0-01316L22-0-3
Vancouver Canucks2404 1-0-11-0-31828L12-0-4
Los Angeles Kings1124 1-0-10-0-01213L31-0-1
Anaheim Ducks1213 1-0-10-0-1610L11-0-2
Arizona Coyotes1202 1-0-00-0-21216L21-0-2

Last Injuries

Edmonton Oilers

  • Gaetan Haas

    Early Feb | out

    Haas is sidelined due to contact tracing, and he is not expected to return until the early part of February.

  • Zack Kassian

    Ques Fri | questionable

    Kassian has missed the previous two games due to the birth of his child, and it is unknown if he will be available Friday versus the Maple Leafs.

  • James Neal

    Early Feb | out

    Neal is going through the COVID-19 protocol, and he will not be available until the beginning of February.

  • Mike Smith

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Smith is dealing with an unspecified injury, and has been placed on long-term injured reserve by the team.

  • Tyler Ennis

    Prob Sat | probable

    Ennis sustained a foot injury in the previous game, but it is likely that he will suit up against the Canadiens on Saturday.

Vancouver Canucks

  • J.T. Miller

    Early Feb | out

    Miller is going through the league mandated protocol after testing positive for the virus, and he will not be available until the beginning of February.

  • Alexander Edler

    Upper Body
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Edler was held out of the previous game with an upper-body injury, and it is unknown if he will take part in Saturday's battle with the Canadiens.

  • Travis Hamonic

    Upper Body
    Early Feb | I-R

    Hamonic has been designated for the injured reserve list with an upper-body injury, and he is not expected to return until the beginning of February.

  • Jalen Chatfield

    Upper Body
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Chatfield was lifted from the previous game with an upper-body injury, and it is undetermined if he will face the Canadiens on Saturday.

  • Jayce Hawryluk

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Hawryluk has an injury to an unknown area and has wound up on the long-term injured reserve list. Team officials have yet to provide an exact return date.

  • Micheal Ferland

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Ferland has been posted to the long-term injured reserve list due to a concussion, and there is no timetable for return.

  • Jordie Benn

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Benn has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been designated for the injured reserve list, and it is uncertain how long he will be idle.