Edmonton Oilers and the Colorado Avalanche will battle it out on Monday, 08:00 PM EDT at the Rogers Place. Colorado will have the chance to close the NHL Western Finals series with a sweep if they secure another victory tonigh, as they are now leading 3-0.
Edmonton Oilers vs Colorado Avalanche Head to Head
Team P1 P2 P3 Final
The last game took place on June 4th and resulted in a 4-2 win for the Colorado Avalanche. Valeri Nichushkin was best for the Avalanche, as he concluded the game with 2 goals for a 23:41 stay on the ice. On the other end of the floor, Ryan McLeod played on highest level among the Edmonton Oilers’ ranks and concluded with 1 goal, spending 17:07 on the ice. The Avalanche’s goalie Pavel Francouz faced 29 shots and managed to save 27 of those. The other side’s goalkeeper Mike Smith ended the night with a 0.929 save percentage. When it comes to the latest five encounters the Edmonton Oilers won 1 and the Colorado Avalanche triumphed 4 times.
*Last 5 head-to-head games
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06-04-2022 06-02-2022 05-31-2022 05-26-2022 05-24-2022 05-22-2022 05-20-2022 05-18-2022 05-14-2022 05-12-2022 2:4vs Colorado Avalanche 4:0@ Colorado Avalanche 8:6@ Colorado Avalanche 4:5@ Calgary Flames 5:3vs Calgary Flames 4:1vs Calgary Flames 3:5@ Calgary Flames 9:6@ Calgary Flames 2:0vs Los Angeles Kings 2:4@ Los Angeles Kings
It wasn’t the best game for Edmonton Oilers on 06/04, as they were defeated 2-4 by Colorado Avalanche on home ice. Ryan McLeod was the best for Oilers, as he earned 1 point for a 17:07 of playing time on the night. He had 3 attempts on goal and suceeded with 1, as it whistled in the net. The team’s netminder Mike Smith’s exploits also need to be mentioned as he deflected 39 of the 42 shots sent towards his net, but the 3 he let in proved decisive and his Oilers eventually lost. Edmonton are 6-4-0 when it comes to the latest 10 games and have lost 3 in a row. They went through the regular NHL season with are 28-12-1 when playing at their own arena. If the Oilers secure the dub tonight and force game 5, then it will be played on 06/08 in Colorado.
— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) June 5, 2022
Edmonton Oilers Standout Performers
- Top Goalie
Mike SmithGames Played:16Saves Percentage:0.913Shutouts:0
- Top Skater
Connor McDavidGames Played:16Goals:10Assists:23
Edmonton Oilers Missing Players
Colorado Avalanche Form
06-04-2022 06-02-2022 05-31-2022 05-27-2022 05-25-2022 05-23-2022 05-21-2022 05-19-2022 05-17-2022 05-09-2022 2:4@ Edmonton Oilers 4:0vs Edmonton Oilers 8:6vs Edmonton Oilers 2:3@ St. Louis Blues 4:5vs St. Louis Blues 3:6@ St. Louis Blues 2:5@ St. Louis Blues 1:4vs St. Louis Blues 3:2vs St. Louis Blues 3:5@ Nashville Predators
In their most recent showing Colorado Avalanche faced the Edmonton Oilers away on Saturday, 4th of June and recorded a 2-4 victory. Valeri Nichushkin stood above the other Colorado players, finishing the game with 2 points. He spent 23 minutes and 41 seconds skating and sent 5 shots on target. Two of those made it past the Oilers’ netminder. Another reason for the team’s victory was the brilliant performance of Pavel Francouz who stopped 27 of the 29 shots that were sent towards his goal. The Colorado Avalanche own a 8-1-1 balance for the previous 10 meetings and as of now are on a streak of 4 consecutive victories. They were 24-14-3 throughout the regular NHL campaign, when performing away from home.
— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) June 5, 2022
Colorado Avalanche Standout Performers
- Top Goalie
Darcy KuemperGames Played:10Saves Percentage:0.897Shutouts:0
- Top Skater
Cale MakarGames Played:14Goals:5Assists:17
Colorado Avalanche Missing Players
1`02:53Zack Kassian2 minutes for Slashing Jack Johnson-
1`03:460-1Cale MakarArtturi Lehkonen
1`10:19-Darren Helm2 minutes for Holding Stick Zack Kassian
1`16:00-Jack Johnson2 minutes for Tripping Zach Hyman
2`07:39Zach HymanLeon Draisaitl, Darnell Nurse1-1
2`08:06-Gabriel Landeskog2 minutes for Holding Zack Kassian