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Edmonton Oilers 6 Winnipeg Jets 2 - The Oilers scored three unanswered goals in the third period for the win on Monday, as they snapped a six-game losing streak while handing the Jets their second straight road loss and dropping them two games below .500 on the season. The Jets are now 0-5-1 in the second game of back-to-backs. The game started the same way the Vancouver game started the night before, with the Jets taking the first two penalties of the game and killing off the first, but the Oilers getting on the board first, scoring on the second man-advantage. It was Jordan Eberle with the goal. Mark Stuart with his second from Olli Jokinen and Devin Setoguchi tied it less than three minutes later, but poor defensive zone coverage resulted in a Sam Gagner goal and a 2-1 Edmonton lead after one. The Oilers outshot the Jets 14-7. If not for great goaltending by Ondrej Pavelec, the score would have been much worse. The Jets were much better to start the second and controlled the play. The Jets power play connected for the ninth time in eight games to tie the game. Andrew Ladd snapped an eight game goalless stretch by deflecting a Dustin Byfuglien miss fire. A great play by Brian Little to enter the zone started the play. Little snapped a season-high three-game pointless stretch with the assist. But at 16:40, again poor defensive zone coverage led to a David Perron goal to regain the lead for Edmonton after two periods. The Jets outshot the Oilers 10-7 in the second. Early in the third, the Jets went back to the power play and came close to tying the game with a Blake Wheeler shot going off the cross bar. Seconds after the power play expired, Jeff Petry came in from the right point unnoticed and made it 4-2. Taylor Hall made it 5-2 at 8:34 with the Oilers second power play goal of the game. After a clean hit by Stuart on Yakupov, Luke Gazdic went after Stuart to start some of the rough stuff with lots more to come. Yakupov made it 6-2 and the fireworks were on. Earlier in the game, Yakupov made contact with Pavelec. Andrew Ladd after the game saying "I wasnt happy he threw a forearm at our goalies head. That was pretty much it." After the goal, Byfuglien got a minor for slashing Yakupov. On the ensuing face-off, Yakupov and Ladd exchanged slashes; Ladd got his stick into the stomach of Yakupov and that brought everyone into it. Zach Bogosian ended up with two Oilers, as the Jets were down a man with Byfuglien in the penalty box. Somehow here were the penalties when all was said and done. Yakupov got two for slashing and a 10-minute misconduct. For the Jets, Bogosian got a spearing major and a game misconduct, Little two for slashing and a misconduct, Ladd two for slashing, two for cross-checking and a game misconduct. The final penalty total in minutes was Jets 78, Oilers 25. Final shots 30-20 Oilers. The Jets were not happy with their performance. "Frustrating doesnt begin to describe it," stated captain Ladd. "Its the same (crap) game after game." "We didnt play very intelligent," added coach Claude Noel. "The way we played you knew the game was going to get out of hand and by opening it up against this team, we got what we deserved."The Jets next action is Friday at MTS Centre against Minnesota. (TSN Jets, TSN 1290). After losing 6-0 at home against St. Louis, the Oilers got the response game they were looking for. Friday it will be the Jets turn. Hes the other Toronto Maple Leafs draft pick at the World Junior Hockey Championship, yet Russian defenceman Rinat Valiev isnt getting much love – or notice – from the Air Canada Centre crowd. He appears to be fine with all the attention on William Nylander. The Maple Leafs second pick last June (3rd round, 68th overall from Kootenay Ice) is just thrilled to be playing at this event in a place he hopes will be his NHL home one day. It means a lot for me, said Valiev, following Russias 3-2 loss to Sweden on Monday. I like it here. Its a huge dream. Im so excited to play here. Valiev left his Russian home of Nizhnekamsk (1,000 kilometers east of Moscow) when he was 17, to play in the United States Hockey League with the Indiana Ice. He has spent the last two seasons with the Kootenay Ice of the Western Hockey League. He was hampered by a knee injury last season and has shown he is fully healed now. Before he joined the Russian team, he led the Ice defencemen in scoring (5G, 20A in 23 games). His strong play in the playoffs last season for Kootenay (1G, 8A in 13 games) left an impression with the Leafs. After he went undrafted in 2013, the Leafs made him their next choice after Nylander last June. He was exceptional (in the playoffs) especially in the first round when they upset Calgary, said Leafs scouting director Dave Morrison at the draft. We really liked him all along and then we saw that. This is a guy with a big heart and all the intangibles we look for in a player. To see Rinat on the ice in the last few seconds of a game (as he was in the ggame against Sweden), killing penalties at key times, we couldnt be happier, said Steve Staios, the Leafs Player Development Advisor, following the game against Sweden.dddddddddddd Hes a terrific kid, added Staios a veteran of 1,001 NHL games. He wants to be a player. Theres a lot of upside. I like the way he moves on the ice. Hes a good first passer. Fundamentally, hes sound. The 6-foot-2, 208 pound Valiev signed an entry level deal with Toronto in July. While Staios doesnt like to make comparisons, Valievs play reminds some of another former Leaf blueliner, Dmitri Yushkevich. Hes in a good place in Kootenay, said Staios. They rely on him heavily. Its been a steady progression for him. The 19 year-old Valiev is quick to credit Staios for helping him out prior to the season. Staios spent a few days with Valiev and worked with him on the ice. Steve Staios is helping me a lot, smiled Valiev. He came to Kootenay and he showed me a lot of things; skating movement, shooting the puck, stuff like that. Valiev is excited at the prospects of facing Ice teammate Sam Reinhart – hopefully in the final – at this event. During the game against Sweden, the Air Canada Centre crowd cheered loudly during a highlight montage of William Nylander (Torontos first round pick last June). Valiev didnt notice. I didnt really hear that. I was trying to focus on the game. Hes a good player (Nylander had two assists in the game) and before the game, coach told us to play hard against him, I know that. Maybe one day, Valiev will get his due in Toronto. ' ' ' Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping
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