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QG#1, 01(02).08.20, CHI @ EDM (h) 22:00 МСК, Минск, Киев

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RoyalHunter



13-й сезон

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Если верить статистике, то ПО для нас практически завершен. Кто выигрывал первую игру в 5-матчевой серии, с вероятностью выше 80% проходил дальше.

Первый матч ужас просто. Непонятно, почему Смита не поменяли в первом перерыве. Уже тогда 4 пропустил
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D.E.S.



13-й сезон

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Всем привет! Сложилось такое чувство - будто наши вышли на тренировочный матч! Какой ПО!?!?




Rostis185



3-й сезон

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с такой игрой в обороне (особенно дефов и отдельно с такой игрой Смита) ловить нечего в ПО.
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Bruce McCurdy • Edmonton Journal
Player grades


#4 Kris Russell, 5. About the best of a struggling group of d-men, Russell kept things clean at the defensive end, being on the ice for zero goals against and making no major mistakes on Chicago scoring chances in 12:50 of action. He surprisingly co-led the Oilers with 4 shots on goal including a hard drive from the slot off a Draisaitl feed in the early going.

#6 Adam Larsson, 2. A day late and a dollar short all game long. Was frequently out of position and/or scrambling, such as on the powerplay goal that put Chicago ahead to stay midway in the first, in which Larsson went deep into the left corner for what seemed to be a team meeting with the other three PKers, leaving Jonathan Toews alone on what would normally be Larsson’s side of the ice for the easy finish. Was similarly running around on the even strength team breakdown on the 4-1 goal — just 13 minutes into the game, mind — again scored by an unmarked Toews. At 5v5 he was on for just 1 Edmonton shot, 11 against, with a well-deserved -2. Also lit up twice on the penalty kill. Overall contributed to 0 Grade A scoring chances for the Oilers but was a culprit on 7 against. Finally showed his nasty edge in garbage time when he hammered Patrick Kane with a heavy hit.

#15 Josh Archibald, 3. Hit the post with a good backhand shot seconds after the Oilers had jumped to a 1-0 lead. Played physically with 5 hits and added 3 shots on net. But had a miserable time of things on the penalty kill, with mistakes and lost battles leading to 4 Grade A chances. Was on the ice for all 3 Hawks powerplay tallies.

#16 Jujhar Khaira, 5. Oilers fourth line was the least of their troubles on this day. Made a fine play to hold the puck in the corner, then feed Chiasson for a shot that rang iron. Kept things clean defensively at evens and during his 2 minutes on the PK.

#18 James Neal, 6. Led the Oilers with 6 shot attempts and chipped in 4 hits. Had a big shift late in the third when his screen played a role on RNH’s powerplay goal, then scored himself 36 seconds later off a goalmouth scramble with Koskinen on the bench to cut the gap to 6-4. Chipped in on 5 Grade A chances in all, 4 of them in the final 4 minutes of play when he made a decent case for a promotion into an ineffective top six.

#19 Mikko Koskinen, 6. Locked the barn door after the horse was already a mile up the road. Had absolutely no chance on Kubalik’s great mid-air deflection that extended Chicago’s lead to 6-2. Later robbed that same sniper twice in a row with a pair of great pad saves, one with each leg, in rapid succession. 19 shots, 18 saves, .947 save percentage.

#23 Riley Sheahan, 4. Solid enough at even strength, where he played low-event hockey while dishing out 5 hits, though 0 shots on net. Had his struggles on the PK, however, which allowed 2 goals during his team-high 5:14. Posted an excellent 12/16=75% on the dot, but one of his rare faceoff losses led directly to the 5-2 goal which put this one sway and ultimately stood up as the game winner.

#25 Darnell Nurse, 3. Played a game-high 25:30, too much of it in his own end of the ice. Was unable to prevent Brandon Saad’s deflection in the high slot on the 3-1, and unlucky when the tipped puck ricocheted off Nurse himself and skipped past Smith. Victimized on another tip-in by Kubalik on the 6-2, this time by being too far from the net front to make a play. Took a marginal roughing penalty that his mates were unable to kill. Had some OK moments offensively, notably an excellent shorthanded solo rush and shot which nearly beat Corey Crawford. Co-led the team in each of shots (4), blocks (3) and hits (5).

#28 Andreas Athanasiou, 5.Playing with PK specialists (at least in theory) Archibald and Sheahan, he played just 8:37, the least of any Oiler, and had little impact. Did make one good play which led to consecutive chances for his linemates.

#29 Leon Draisaitl, 5. Strong on the powerplay with an assist, a goal, and 5 scoring chances, but his line was far too quiet at even strength. 4 shots on net, but neither of his wingers had even 1. Did set up Russell for a good look from the slot. Drew 2 penalties. 10/21=48% on the dot.

#39 Alex Chiasson, 7. About the best of the Oilers to my eye, effective at both even strength and the powerplay. Chipped in on 6 Grade A chances altogether, including a good screen on the McDavid tally that opened the scoring. He rang iron with a strong shot from the slot off a Khaira feed late in the second, then a mid-air tip from the edge of the blue paint in the dying seconds of that frame. Determined, physical, effective — qualities which stood out on this day.

#41 Mike Smith, 2. Tippett’s choice to start all four games against Chicago to this point, but likely not for the next one after being driven to the bench early in the second period, exactly as happened in the last regular season meeting between the two. By eye he seemed out of sorts, not tracking the puck well, not positionally sound and/or square to the shooter, and not moving the disc cleanly either. All of those bit him hard on the 1-1 goal, a game-turning fiasco that saw Smith chip a routine shoot-around directly to the nearest Hawk, then overplay his recovery effort and slide by his post, allowing his opponent (Dylan Strome) a window to bank the puck in off of him for a gift goal. Rather than bounce back with some big saves at that point, Smith was beaten 3 more times in the next 7 minutes. Those goals weren’t all on Smith, mind, as his team collapsed around him. Tippett hung with him into the second period, but when Smith was beaten yet a 5th time by Kubalik’s 58-footer over his shoulder, the hook came out. Had a few stops in there, but nowhere near enough of them in a sloppy performance that did nothing to stablilize his jittery teammates. 23 shots, 18 saves, .783 save percentage.

#44 Zack Kassian, 2. A weak game that saw him manage the puck poorly, generate nothing whatever offensively while struggling defensively. 0 shot attempts, 0 scoring chance contributions, and -3 in a game that saw just 3 goals at even strength, all of them in that fatal first period. Oilers were pounded in possession on his watch (9 shot attempts for, 21 against). Rather than turn up the physicality, Kassian mustered just 2 hits and lost way more than his share of battles.

#56 Kailer Yamamoto, 4. Hustled hard, played OK without the puck (5 hits, 2 blocks), but generated 0 shots and 0 chances. Barely missed making contact with Draisaitl’s bullet pass which would have been a tap in. Took a penalty.

#63 Tyler Ennis, 3. Yet a third top-six winger with 0 shots on net as Tippett’s new line combos laid an egg at even strength. Made 2 trips to the sin bin and 1 to the quiet room after a weird play in which Ennis took a hit from Drake Caggiula directly to the noggin while in the act of shooting the puck out of play. Puck over glass? Automatic penalty. Head shot? Nothing to see here. His second penalty led to the 6-2 goal.

#74 Ethan Bear, 4. A little jittery in his first-ever NHL playoff game, starting with a bad pinch on his first shift that led to a 2-on-1. Not his crispest game moving the puck. Did have 3 hits and 3 blocks.

#77 Oscar Klefbom, 3. Had a miserable time of it defensively, starting with a bad pinch in the first 30 seconds of action and going downhill from there. Burned for 8 Grade A chances, a terrible number. Like his partner Larsson, was on the ice for 2 goals against at evens and 2 more on the penalty kill. Did chip in with a pair of assists, one on the PP, the other on the end-of-game 6v5, but was a long way from the polished performer Oilers fans have come to know and love.

#83 Matt Benning, 4. An early slashing penalty against Kirby Dach was quickly punished by the Hawks’ powerplay. Otherwise played a competent, quiet game in 12 minutes of even-strength action.

#93 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, 5. A strange game that saw him connect for a goal and 2 helpers but struggle on the defensive side of the puck. On the ice for 4 Chicago goals and at fault on 2 of them. Did make a splendid defensive play in the very early going to thwart a Chicago 2-on-1. Scored his first career playoff goal on a deflection from the high slot with Koskinen on the bench late.

#97 Connor McDavid, 5. A strange game that saw the superstar chip in on all 4 Edmonton goals, scoring the first himself and setting up the last three. All were scored on the man advantage, be it 5v4 or 6v5. But at even strength he struggled mightily, as the Oilers were outshot 14-5 and outscored 3-0 during his 16 minutes at 5v5. was just 4/12=33% on the dot, with one clean faceoff loss leading directly to a Chicago goal. 3 giveaways including a turnover in his own end that led directly to another. Took a careless high-sticking penalty, on the other hand was on the receiving end of two apparent fouls which may have been actual penalty calls had someone else been the victim. Had a shift with Draisaitl and Yamamoto after a rare successful penalty kill, but the trio couldn’t touch the puck against Chicago’s checking line. As with many of their top players, the Oilers will need a better 200-foot performance from McDavid if they are to succeed in this series.
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schism



17-й сезон

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ROLF писал(а):
Итог - 4-6 вдули...

Лёха, вдули - это когда кому-то вдули, т.е. выиграли, а данном случае, продули
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ROLF



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Итог - 4-6 вдули...

эдмонтон - чикаго

броски 29-42...
вбрасывания 52.6% - 47.4%...
большинство 3/4 -3/6...
штраф 12-8...
хиты 47-33...
блокированные 15-15...

Всем спасибо и до новых встреч




schism



17-й сезон

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ПП - айс, ПК - не айс
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eugenoiler



18-й сезон

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Первый блин комом
Всем спасибо




schism



17-й сезон

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всем спасибо!!!
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eugenoiler



18-й сезон

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Нет гола




eugenoiler



18-й сезон

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Или нет?




eugenoiler



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4:7




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7:4 (в пустые). Всем спасибо и не унывать.
Upd: отменили, Кейн в оффсайде.
6:4 итог

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schism



17-й сезон

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но очко у чикак сжалось на какой-то промежуток времени
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Весело смотреть когда Ямамото стоит возле Коскинена ))

 
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