Ethan Moreau's first goal of the playoffs knotted the game 1-1 in the second period.
It wasn't exactly an Oil spill, but Edmonton proved to be quite the quail killers. The Oilers, behind 32 saves from Dwayne Roloson, beat the Ducks 2-1 to advance to their first Stanley Cup finals since 1990, becoming the first No. 8 seed ever to do so. Story
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Fernando Pisani of the Oilers scored his ninth goal Tuesday, tying him for the NHL lead with the Sharks' Patrick Marleau, who was eliminated. Pisani, who scored 18 goals during the regular season, could become the first player to lead all playoff goal scorers after a sub-20 goal season since Sergei Fedorov in 1998.
As the Oilers threatened to sweep, Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle
made a goalie switch -- going back to Jean-Sebastien Giguere -- and
did some line-mixing. Both worked, with the Ducks taking a 6-3
victory in Edmonton on Thursday.
After taking the first two games of the Western Conference final
in Anaheim, the Oilers returned to Edmonton on Monday two victories from their first Stanley Cup final since 1990. Edmonton has
won six straight games entering Tuesday night's Game 3.