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EDMONTON -- The Edmonton Oilers might not be headed to another draft lottery if theyd had Ben Scrivens in net all season. Michael Bennett Eagles Jersey . Scrivens stopped 48 shots and captain Andrew Ference scored in overtime as the Oilers pulled off a 4-3 upset of the Anaheim Ducks on Friday. Ference intercepted the puck at centre ice with the teams playing three skaters aside in overtime and unleashed a bullet just across the blue-line that beat Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller. "Scrivens bailed us out a lot tonight, it wasnt a complete game by us," Ference said. "They had some really good chances, but theyre a good team and they drove us back, especially that top line. Thats what we have a good goalie for, so its nice to see him come up big. The penalty kill at the end was huge. Were not going to get picky about having some positive feelings in here." Sam Gagner, Jordan Eberle and Oscar Klefbom also scored for the second-last place Oilers (26-39-9), who snapped a three-game losing skid. Scrivens, who set a record for most saves in a shutout with 59 against San Jose earlier this season, was all smiles after the game. "Its always fun to win in overtime," he said. "Im really happy for Oscar to get his first NHL goal, he should be very proud of that and for our captain to step up and bring it home, it was huge." Oilers head coach Dallas Eakins said his team seemed to wake up late in the game after being "extraordinarily cautious" for the first two periods. "I thought we played much better in the third, but for two periods I didnt love how we were playing," he said. "Our goalie was keeping us in it and we had the ability to finish when we did have a chance." Nick Bonino, Patrick Maroon and Mathieu Perreault responded for the Ducks (47-18-Cool, who had a two-game winning streak come to an end and missed out on an opportunity to move into a tie for first in the Pacific Division with the idle San Jose Sharks. The Ducks remain one win short of tying their franchise record of 48 wins in a season, set in 2006-07 when they won their only Stanley Cup. "We let them hang around," Maroon said. "We couldnt find a way to keep going at them and they get that goal in overtime. We have to play hard for 60 minutes every night. We cant just play 20 minutes on and 20 minutes off. We had them. It was there." Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau agreed that his team squandered what should have been a win. "We pissed away a point," he said. "We had opportunities to win it and put it away and we didnt. When you let a team back into a game, that happens and you are not going to get what you want. We certainly had our chances. We had pucks lying around in the crease, we were hitting posts and crossbars. "(Scrivens) was pretty good tonight. Anytime you get over 50 shots on goal and you lose, you have to tip your hat a little bit to the goalie." It didnt take Anaheim long to take a lead in the game, scoring just 35 seconds in, as Bonino converted a nice give-and-go with Ryan Getzlaf for his 19th goal of the season on the games first shot. The Oilers tied the game up on their first shot of the contest just shy of five minutes into the first period as Gagner took a pass on a two-on-one from David Perron and beat Hiller with a backhand shot. It was Gagners 100th career NHL goal. Edmonton caught a bit of a break a minute later as a deflected shot that Scrivens simply did not see clanged off the crossbar. Anaheim out-shot the Oilers 12-5 in the opening period. Edmonton had a bit more luck on their side four minutes into the second period as a shot got past Scrivens and was rolling into the net before Taylor Hall swooped in and fished it to safety just before it crossed the goal-line. Scrivens helped his own cause a couple minutes later with a huge diving save in tight on Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg. The Oilers took a 2-1 lead midway through the second on an odd-man rush with a delayed penalty on the way as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins shrugged off a defender and fed the puck to Eberle, who beat Hiller with a high shot for his 24th goal of the season. Anaheim tied the game with just under five minutes left in the second as they were given several cracks at a loose puck in front of the Oilers net before Maroon batted it in. The shots favoured the Ducks 28-12 after 40 minutes of play. Edmonton regained the lead eight-and-a-half minutes into the third period as Klefbom scored on a shot through traffic from the slot. It was the first career NHL goal for the rookie defenceman, playing in his ninth game. Anaheim knotted the game back up with four-and-a-half minutes to play in the third as a Perreault shot hit Halls stick in front and deflected into the top corner before Scrivens could react, eventually sending the game to extra time. The shots were 42-20 for Anaheim at the end of regulation and ended up at 51-23. The Ducks close out a three-game trip in Vancouver on Saturday. Edmonton finishes off a six-game homestand on Sunday against the New York Rangers. Notes: It was the third of five games between the two teams this season, with the Ducks winning both of the previous match-ups in Anaheima Ducks forward Teemu Selanne has made a career of burning the Oilers. Selanne came into the game with an impressive 49 goals and 91 career points in 82 games against Edmontona Former Ducks goalie Viktor Fasth remained out of the Edmonton lineup after a collision in practice left him with a neck injury. AHL call-up Laurent Brossoit served as the Oilers backupa Edmonton defenceman Anton Belov returned to the lineup, playing his first game since Feb. 27a Remaining out with injuries for the Oilers were forwards Nail Yakupov (ankle) and Jesse Joensuu (ankle)a Anaheim defenceman Cam Fowler (knee) is still on the shelf and may be out until the start of the playoffsa Former Oilers goalie Curtis Joseph was honoured at the game. Dallas Goedert Jersey . They actually finished with a better record in ‘07 than they did in ‘06 but only marginally, going from 61 victories to 66. Richard Rodgers Eagles Jersey . The team announced the defensive coordinator will not be offered a contract extension. http://www.theeaglesfootballauthentic.com/eagles-dallas-goedert-black-jersey/ . Lawrie was hit on the hand by Cincinnati pitcher Johnny Cueto in the second inning of Sundays 4-3 loss to the Reds.ARLINGTON, Va. - Playing baseball growing up in Wawota, Sask., Brooks Laich and friends would light a wine cork on fire to make eye black and guard against the sun.That might not be a bad idea at the Winter Classic.With plenty of sun in the forecast, Washington Capitals and Chicago Blackhawks players must be prepared for sun glare to cause problems and perhaps even delay the start of Thursdays game at Nationals Park. Laich said players were warned about the possibility of the opening faceoff coming later than 1 p.m. because of the sun, and his teammates understand its a variable theyll have to deal with.Youve got to sort of find a way quickly to adapt, Capitals defenceman Mike Green said. Once youre in the game, everythings instinct and whatnot. Theres definitely adjustments you have to make as players and as a team, but thats the fun of it.According to the National Weather Service, itll be about five degrees when the Capitals and Blackhawks are scheduled to take the ice for the seventh Winter Classic. Theres no rain in the forecast, but with limited cloud cover expected, the sun could be beating down on the ice.Nationals baseball players here grew to call it the Sun Monster, and it could wreak some havoc for hockey as well. Players will get a taste of it during practices in the late morning and early afternoon Wednesday.Theres precedent for delaying outdoor games in recent NHL history. The 2012 Winter Classic at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia was delayed two hours because of the sun, and a Stadium Series game at Yankee Stadium earlier this year was delayed 98 minutes.I think Id rather deal with sun than rain, Laich said. I think even with sun youre going to have better ice conditions, youre going to have a better product on the ice.Weather changing the start time of a Winter Classic is nothing new to the Capitals. Rain forced the 2011 game in Pittsburgh to be moved to nighttime, and even then it wasnt clear and perfect.We went through weather conditions that werent in favour of a hockey game last time in Pittsburggh, Green said. Josh Sweat Eagles Jersey. .The plan is still for this to be an afternoon game, and according to an NHL spokesman a change to the start time wouldnt be contemplated until game day.Either way, players insist theyll be prepared.Well get a chance to wear the eye black which we didnt get to do in Pittsburgh, Capitals winger Eric Fehr said. I think thats kind of cool. Hopefully we get the game going at 1 oclock.On Tuesday, the ice had sun on it until just before 2:30. The height of the stands at Nationals Park actually helps reduce the amount of time the sun is on the playing surface.Eye black is one way for players to adjust. Skaters might also try to take advantage of goaltenders Braden Holtby and Corey Crawford not being able to see the puck as well.Shoot it from everywhere, Laich joked. Red line, shoot it, eh? Skip it along the ice. Try anything.Washington captain Alex Ovechkin said he hadnt considered the potential ramifications of sun glare or wearing eye black.I just dont think about what Im gonna do out there, Ovechkin said. Were gonna skate on the ice and then were gonna go to the locker-room.Sun or no sun, just playing outdoors requires players to change some things up. Green said the ideal playing conditions would be just like indoor rinks, but he knows thats not possible.Capitals coach Barry Trotz said his biggest adjustment might be wearing a hat. While many of the players on the two teams and coach Joel Quenneville have been a part of outdoor NHL hockey, this is Trotzs first chance.Despite being new to this, Trotz understands players will have to adapt on the fly.I think the biggest thing is going be depth perception because youre used to the fans right on top of you, he said. All of a sudden theyre going to be away from you a little bit. Its going to feel different.Note — Capitals defenceman Brooks Orpik is questionable to play after suffering a right knee injury Monday night. Trotz said this being the Winter Classic will not affect how the team handles the injury.---Follow @SWhyno on Twitter Cheap Chargers Jerseys Cheap Rams Jersey Cheap Dolphins Jerseys Cheap Vikings Jerseys Cheap Patriots Jersey Cheap Saints Jerseys Cheap New York Giants Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Raiders Jerseys Cheap Eagles Jerseys Cheap Steelers Jerseys Cheap 49ers Jerseys Cheap Seahawks Jerseys Cheap Buccaneers Jerseys Cheap Titans Jerseys Cheap Redskins Jerseys ' ' '
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