Final SO

Series (Game 3 of 4)

Edmonton leads 3-1

Game 1: Saturday, October 21st
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Game 2: Wednesday, November 8th
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Game 3: Saturday, November 18th
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Game 4: Friday, February 23rd
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Red Wings 3

(12-5-2, 26 pts)

Oilers 4

(11-8-1, 23 pts)

Coverage: CBC

10:00 PM ET, November 18, 2006

Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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DET 1 1 1 03
EDM 2 0 1 14

D. Roloson (Oilers - G): Saves: 38, Save Pct.: .927

D. Cleary (Red Wings - RW): Goals: 0, Assists: 2

R. Torres (Oilers - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

Detroit (12-5-1) at Edmonton (10-8-1) 10:00 pm EST

Detroit (12-5-1) at Edmonton (10-8-1) 10:00 pm EST

EDMONTON, Alberta (Ticker) -- The Detroit Red Wings look to rebound from a rare loss Saturday when they visit the Edmonton Oilers.

Detroit had its nine-game winning streak snapped with Friday's 4-1 loss at Calgary. Dan Cleary scored the only goal for Detroit, which outshot Calgary, 30-25, but surrendered three power-play goals.

Detroit netminder Dominik Hasek had an uncharacteristic off night, allowing four goals on only 25 shots.

The Oilers, the defending Western Conference champions, have gone 3-0-1 in their last four games. Edmonton is 7-2-0 at home this season, outscoring its opponents, 34-19.

Edmonton is coming off Thursday's 6-2 victory over St. Louis. Ryan Smyth, who was injured in Edmonton's 2-1 victory Colorado on Monday, showed no effect of the injury against St. Louis.

Smyth scored twice, including the eventual game-winner on the power play at 12:08 of the first period.

The Oilers, who got three quick goals against the Blues to take control early, also got goals from Marty Reasoner, Joffrey Lupul, Marc-Andre Bergeron and Fernando Pasani.

Edmonton goaltender Dwayne Roloson was solid in making 25 saves for the Oilers, who were 4-for-10 on the power play.