• Scoring chances for/against: Feb 28: Min vs Edm; Hello, Ron MacLean!

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    Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20933

    Team Period Time Note Oilers Opponent  
    MIN 1 19:45 10 24 27 35 44 83 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    EDM 1 18:19 34 5 13 18 34 35 43 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    EDM 1 15:48 78 26 35 37 77 78 89 5 9 29 49 55 96 5v5
    MIN 1 13:47 PP 10 24 35 37 51 3 8 9 15 29 96 4v5
    MIN 1 13:46 PP Goal 10 24 35 37 51 3 8 9 15 29 96 4v5
    EDM 1 11:12 34 5 13 18 34 35 43 3 12 18 29 41 51 5v5
    EDM 1 9:12 78 24 26 35 44 78 89 8 12 18 29 47 51 5v5
    MIN 1 7:33 10 27 35 37 77 83 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    MIN 1 7:26 10 27 35 37 77 83 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    EDM 1 7:13 Goal 83 10 27 35 37 77 83 3 9 19 29 41 96 5v5
    EDM 1 6:55 78 24 26 35 44 78 89 5 19 20 28 29 55 5v5
    EDM 1 5:22 51 24 35 44 46 51 85 3 9 29 41 51 96 5v5
    MIN 1 4:20 5 13 18 24 34 35 5 19 20 28 29 55 5v5
    MIN 1 4:11 PP 10 18 24 35 44 3 8 9 15 29 96 4v5
    MIN 1 1:03 PP 10 34 35 43 44 3 8 9 15 29 96 4v5
    MIN 1 0:34 PP Goal 26 35 37 51 77 5 19 20 28 29 47 4v5
    MIN 1 0:17 5 24 26 35 83 89 5 22 25 29 49 55 5v5
    EDM 1 0:10 89 5 24 26 35 83 89 5 22 25 29 49 55 5v5
    EDM 2 19:27 10 10 27 35 37 77 83 5 25 29 49 55 96 5v5
    MIN 2 19:01 26 35 37 77 78 89 5 9 29 51 55 96 5v5
    EDM 2 18:44 89 26 35 37 77 78 89 3 9 29 41 51 96 5v5
    EDM 2 17:51 46 5 13 18 24 35 46 8 19 20 28 29 47 5v5
    EDM 2 17:45 13 13 18 24 35 44 46 8 19 20 28 29 47 5v5
    EDM 2 16:29 PP 44 26 35 37 44 78 89 8 9 20 29 41 5v4
    EDM 2 14:57 Goal 46 5 35 43 46 51 85 5 19 20 28 29 55 5v5
    MIN 2 14:16 24 35 44 46 51 85 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    MIN 2 14:08 24 35 44 46 51 85 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    MIN 2 12:44 5 26 35 43 78 89 5 19 20 28 29 47 5v5
    EDM 2 11:09 34 13 18 24 34 35 44 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    EDM 2 11:01 18 13 18 24 34 35 44 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    EDM 2 10:42 10 10 27 35 37 77 83 5 22 25 29 49 55 5v5
    MIN 2 9:17 PP 10 24 35 44 51 3 8 9 15 29 96 4v5
    MIN 2 8:03 PP 18 35 37 77 85 5 19 20 25 29 47 4v5
    MIN 2 7:19 10 26 35 37 43 77 5 9 15 29 47 96 5v5
    EDM 2 6:28 85 10 24 35 44 83 85 8 20 29 49 51 55 5v5
    MIN 2 5:16 18 34 35 37 77 89 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    EDM 2 4:38 Goal 77 10 35 37 77 83 85 5 19 20 25 29 55 5v5
    MIN 2 3:49 24 27 35 44 46 51 8 22 29 47 49 51 5v5
    MIN 2 2:10 10 35 37 77 83 85 5 9 19 29 55 96 5v5
    MIN 3 16:35 10 35 37 77 83 85 3 22 29 41 49 51 5v5
    MIN 3 14:38 10 24 35 44 51 83 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    MIN 3 13:32 10 18 34 35 37 77 8 9 15 29 47 96 5v5
    MIN 3 12:07 10 18 24 34 35 44 5 19 22 25 29 55 5v5
    MIN 3 10:51 5 27 35 43 46 51 8 12 18 28 29 47 5v5
    MIN 3 10:23 26 35 37 77 78 89 5 9 15 29 55 96 5v5
    EDM 3 10:06 89 26 35 37 77 78 89 5 9 15 29 55 96 5v5
    MIN 3 9:53 26 35 37 77 78 89 3 9 15 29 41 96 5v5
    MIN 3 8:10 10 18 34 35 37 77 3 5 9 15 29 96 5v5
    EDM 3 5:44 24 10 24 35 44 83 85 3 5 9 15 29 96 5v5
    MIN 3 3:56 10 35 37 77 83 85 22 29 41 49 51 55 5v5
    MIN 3 2:47 10 24 26 35 44 8 9 29 47 96 4v4
    # Player EV PP SH
    5 L. SMID 14:32 5 4 0:06 0 0 0:00 0 0
    10 S. HORCOFF 16:49 6 12 2:43 0 0 3:47 0 5
    13 A. COGLIANO 11:14 6 1 0:12 0 0 0:00 0 0
    18 E. MOREAU 13:47 6 5 0:06 0 0 2:05 0 2
    24 S. STAIOS 19:02 10 9 0:00 0 0 3:13 0 4
    26 E. COLE 11:27 6 7 1:43 1 0 0:57 0 1
    27 D. PENNER 9:44 3 5 0:55 0 0 0:00 0 0
    34 F. PISANI 13:47 4 5 0:09 0 0 2:35 0 1
    35 D. ROLOSON 48:00 20 23 4:18 1 0 6:34 0 7
    37 D. GREBESHKOV 16:03 7 12 3:31 1 0 2:51 0 4
    43 J. STRUDWICK 13:21 3 3 0:11 0 0 0:53 0 1
    44 S. SOURAY 17:58 8 7 3:24 1 0 3:40 0 3
    46 Z. STORTINI 8:07 4 4 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
    51 K. BRODZIAK 9:55 2 5 0:00 0 0 2:54 0 4
    77 T. GILBERT 15:10 7 12 1:24 0 0 2:31 0 2
    78 M. POULIOT 10:15 5 4 1:46 1 0 0:00 0 0
    83 A. HEMSKY 13:53 7 8 2:26 0 0 0:00 0 0
    85 L. REDDOX 12:19 5 5 1:31 0 0 0:50 0 1
    89 S. GAGNER 10:37 6 6 1:23 1 0 0:00 0 0
    Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
    1 8 10 8 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0
    2 11 10 10 8 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
    3 2 10 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Totals 21 30 20 23 1 0 0 0 0 7 0 0

    8 Responses to Scoring chances for/against: Feb 28: Min vs Edm; Hello, Ron MacLean!

    1. February 28, 2009 at

      1. Nice to see Ron MacLean shout-out the site on HNIC

      2. I’m gonna try this out – posting period-by-period- and we’ll see how it goes.

    2. PDO
      February 28, 2009 at

      Oilers dominated the game…

      Except for the PK. Which sucked.

      Of course, it didn’t help we had a mouth-breathing faggot in Dan Marouelli doing his best to make everyone think he’s not actually from Edmonton.

    3. February 28, 2009 at

      Very nice, well done Ty.

      Not a bad period at evens, it would be nice to think that the PP will pot one or two when the calls even up but ….

      Everyone but 10/83/27 in the black but they make it count.

    4. March 1, 2009 at

      Interesting how 10/83 were in the red w/Penner and in the black w/Reddox.

      I guess that’s why 27 has been stapled to the bench, again.

      Although I didn’t necessarily see him as the issue. Oh well.

    5. March 1, 2009 at

      I really liked how the club played in the first 40 minutes but the effort in the last 20 minutes spoiled everything.

      I hate people and things that aren’t dependable. Women, friends and teams I cheer for. I just finished watching MacT’s postgame presser and he opined that he wasn’t surprised the Wild had so much jump in the third period even though they’d played the previous night in Cgy. His reasoning? It’s a short commute so the effects aren’t far-reaching.

      Be that as it may, some times the onus to swing the tide or carry the day has to be on one’s self; or in this case the Oilers hockey club.

      The coach gave a pass to the team on Thurs because he thought the Jackets played a great game and tonight he’s pretty much doing the same. I know the man has to be diplomatic when it comes to issuing statements that make the press and are then viewable to his charges but I bow to no such shackles.

      The Oilers played a fine game for the first 40 minutes; at least certainly at evens. The ST play was spotty and there were a couple of iffy penalties but I try and separate the different domains as to figure out where the problems lie. But in the third period they totally fell apart and anytime you get out-chanced at home 2-10 – I always list the Oilers number first – to a team that you’re battling for one of the remaining playoff spots, no one should really be happy with the effort.

      Defense:

      37-77: Welcome back Grebbert! Now go away. A rough night for this pairing; especially in the third period when they were on the ice for six of the Wild’s 10 chances. Granted, they were also one for one of the Oilers two chances created but it was still an awful night for this formerly reliable tandem. For this game we can chalk it up to the rust of 37 but let’s see how they fare in the next few outings.

      24-44: high-event but they both came out on the sunny side.

      5-43: low-event and there’s two things you want to see from your third pairing: they either tear it up or nothing happens when they’re out there.

      Forwards:

      78-89-26: they started off logging four chances in the first period – three from the newly released 78 – but then fell silent for the last 40 minutes.

      18-13-34: 18 finished a mark above, 34 finished a mark below and 13 went 6/1. Not a bad night from this trio

      27/85-51-46: Second rough night in a row for 51 – he finished -3 in chances and was on the ice for both Min PPG – but 46 finished even and 81-51-46 were on the ice for a GF.

      27/85-10-83: the latter combo worked better with 85 on their left side and they managed to notch two GF. I won’t look such production in the mouth as much as I’ll say it normally doesn’t come unless a line’s soundly out-chancing it’s opponents and that hasn’t happened for our top line in quite some time now. You have to wonder if 83′s hurting.

    6. March 2, 2009 at

      Dennis, I figured I’d let you know that I posted a summary of the last ten games with some thoughts.

      The quick version: Visnovsky = okay. No Visnovsky = not okay.

      Also, Dustin Penner leads all Oiler forwards by this metric over the course of the season. If there is some guy tracking this for the Oilers that has regular conversations with MacT, those conversations must be hilarious.

    7. March 3, 2009 at

      Thanks, Scott.

      I am now heading over your way..

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