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NHL Playoffs:
2015 SEASON LEADERS
GOALS ASSISTS PTS
Alex Ovechkin Alex Ovechkin
G: 39
Nicklas Backstrom Nicklas Backstrom
A: 46
Nicklas Backstrom Nicklas Backstrom
Pts: 64
Complete Leaders
GAA SAVE % WINS
Viktor Fasth Viktor Fasth
GAA: 3.41
Carey Price Carey Price
SV: .935
Pekka Rinne Pekka Rinne
W: 35
Complete Leaders
Team Stats
Team GF GA GFA GAA PP% PK%
Hurricanes 73 60 2.92 2.40 24.0 85.4
Oilers 70 61 2.92 2.54 17.0 86.1
Sabres 60 49 3.33 2.72 16.2 82.6
Ducks 46 36 2.88 2.25 10.8 88.5
Senators 36 29 3.60 2.90 25.0 87.3
Sharks 29 29 2.64 2.64 15.3 80.6
Devils 27 21 3.00 2.33 19.0 75.6
Avalanche 22 31 2.44 3.44 09.6 86.0
INJURY REPORT
CarRyan Murphy - D - Feb 20
Murphy (leg) took shots on the ice prior to Friday's morning skate, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News and Observer reports.

EdmNail Yakupov - RW - Feb 24
Yakupov (groin) won't play Tuesday against the Wild.

Nail Yakupov - RW - Feb 24
Yakupov (undisclosed) is unlikely to play Tuesday versus the Wild, according to the Oilers web site.

Nail Yakupov - RW - Feb 23
Yakupov (undisclosed) was forced to leave practice early Monday, according to the Oilers web site.

Jeff Petry - D - Feb 23
Petry (ribs) could return to the lineup Tuesday, according to the Oilers web site.

Nikita Nikitin - D - Feb 23
Nikitin (shoulder) was skating with the team Monday, according to the Oilers web site.

Tyler Pitlick - RW - Feb 23
Pitlick (spleen) was skating with the team Monday, according to the Oilers web site.

Jeff Petry - D - Feb 21
Petry (ribs) is out for Saturday's game against the Ducks, Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal reports.

Justin Schultz - D - Feb 20
Schultz left Friday's contest against the Wild with a facial injury.

Jeff Petry - D - Feb 20
Petry and the Oilers are involved in talks for a new contract, according to the Oilers web site.

Jeff Petry - D - Feb 20
Petry (ribs) will sit out Friday's game against the Wild.

Luke Gazdic - LW - Feb 20
Gazdic (face) isn't expected to play Friday against the Wild, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.

Rob Klinkhammer - LW - Feb 20
Klinkhammer (paternity) agreed to a one-year, $725,000 extension with the Oilers on Friday, Bob Stauffer of 630 CHED reports.

Anton Lander - C - Feb 20
Lander (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Friday.

Jeff Petry - D - Feb 19
Petry (ribs) indicated the he felt better Thursday after leaving Wednesday's game against the Bruins with the injury, Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal reports.



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Edmonton OilersFernando 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.

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