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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
• Burnside: Return to glory
OILERS WIN 4-1
|2015 SEASON LEADERS
|Ryan 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.
|Nail 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.
|Oilers in 7
||Ducks in 5
||Oilers in 6
||Ducks in 6
||Ducks in 7
|ELIAS SAYS ...|
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.|
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Sunday, May 22
Edmonton returns home two wins from Stanley Cup finalAfter 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.
Saturday, May 20
Ducks hope net traffic will keep them out of 0-2 holeTo avoid sinking into a deep hole, the Mighty Ducks figure they must put heavy traffic in front of Edmonton's Dwayne Roloson.
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Tuesday, May 16
Desperate Sharks determined to rally against OilersThe Sharks are down 3-2 in their second-round playoff series after three consecutive losses to the Oilers.
Monday, May 15
San Jose mayor apologizes for boos during anthemSan Jose's mayor apologized Monday for
the behavior of Sharks fans who loudly booed the Canadian national
anthem before Game 5 of a second-round playoff series against the
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Sunday, May 14
Sharks fans boo 'O Canada' before Game 5 vs. OilersSan Jose Sharks fans loudly booed the Canadian national anthem Sunday night before Game 5 of their team's
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Saturday, May 13
Sharks remain confident despite Oilers' playoff pressureJoe Thornton figured his first playoff run with the Sharks had been almost too easy. Two tough losses in Edmonton brought the big center back to postseason reality.
Mighty Ducks rest, await winner of Sharks-Oilers seriesWhile San Jose and Edmonton play on in the Western Conference semifinals, the Mighty Ducks rest and wait.
Friday, May 12
Carlyle uses variety of tactics to motivate DucksCoach Randy Carlyle likes to draw on his experiences as a former NHL player to motivate the Mighty Ducks.
Thursday, May 11
After triple OT, Oilers, Sharks prep for Game 4The Oilers and Sharks are going full-tilt in what is quickly becoming a playoff series that'll be talked about for years.
Tuesday, May 9
Shutout streak for Ducks' Bryzgalov ends at 249:15Ilya Bryzgalov gave up a first-period goal, ending his scoreless streak at 249 minutes, 15 seconds.
Oilers return home facing 0-2 series deficit vs. SharksThe beleaguered Oilers returned home with their surprising playoff run in danger of coming to an abrupt end.