St. Louis Blues will face the Edmonton Oilers in their next game, which is scheduled for Wednesday, 08:00 PM EDT at Enterprise Center. The Blues are part of the Central Division of the NHL, currently standing at #4 with 6 points, while their opponents are part of the Pacific Division and as of now are at #5 with 6 points.
St. Louis Blues vs Edmonton Oilers Head to Head
Team P1 P2 P3 Final
Their last game took place on October 22, 2022, and resulted in a low-scoring 2-0 win for the St. Louis Blues. One of the reasons behind their triumph was the performance of Justin Faulk. He was on the ice for 21:48 and ended the game with 1 goal. The team’s goalie Jordan Binnington faced 23 shots and managed to save all of those. Jack Campbell was between the sticks for the Oilers and parried 20 of all the 21 shots he faced, but that proved insufficient for the win. When it comes to the latest five encounters the St. Louis Blues won 2 and the Edmonton Oilers triumphed 3 times.
*Last 5 head-to-head games
St. Louis Blues Form
10-24-2022 10-22-2022 10-19-2022 10-15-2022 10-08-2022 10-06-2022 10-04-2022 10-01-2022 09-29-2022 09-27-2022 4:0@ Winnipeg Jets 0:2@ Edmonton Oilers 3:4@ Seattle Kraken 5:2vs Columbus Blue Jackets 6:0vs Chicago Blackhawks 7:0@ Columbus Blue Jackets 4:2vs Minnesota Wild 2:5vs Dallas Stars 4:2vs Columbus Blue Jackets 1:4@ Chicago Blackhawks
In their latest game on Monday, 24th of October, St. Louis Blues played against the Winnipeg Jets losing heavily 4-0 on enemy ice. The team’s netminder Thomas Greiss’ efforts 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 Blues eventually lost. St. Louis has a balance of 3-1-0 for the season and are on a L1 streak at the moment. The Blues’ record when performing on home ice this term stands at 1-0-0. Nashville Predators are next in line for the Blues as the two sides are scheduled to meet on Thursday, October 27th.
St. Louis Blues Standout Performers
- Top Goalie
Jordan BinningtonGames Played:3Saves Percentage:0.940Shutouts:0
- Top Skater
Vladimir TarasenkoGames Played:4Goals:2Assists:4
St. Louis Blues Missing Players
Edmonton Oilers Form
10-24-2022 10-22-2022 10-20-2022 10-18-2022 10-15-2022 10-12-2022 10-07-2022 10-05-2022 10-03-2022 10-01-2022 6:3vs Pittsburgh Penguins 0:2vs St. Louis Blues 6:4vs Carolina Hurricanes 2:4vs Buffalo Sabres 3:4vs Calgary Flames 5:3vs Vancouver Canucks 5:3vs Seattle Kraken 5:4@ Vancouver Canucks 7:2vs Vancouver Canucks 2:3@ Winnipeg Jets
The Oilers welcomed Pittsburgh Penguins for their latest clash on 10/24. It ended in a 6-3 triumph for them. Leon Draisaitl was best among the Edmonton roster, ending the match with 3 points. He managed to score 1 of his total 4 shots on target and provided 2 assists to his fellow Oilers teammates for a total of 17:17 time on the ice. The team had Jack Campbell at goal and he was tested with 35 shots on target, blocking 32 and allowing 3 to roll past him. The Edmonton Oilers own a 3-3-0 balance since the NHL season started. This upcoming clash will be their first visit for the campaign as all of the Oilers six meetings so far took place on home ice. The team will face Chicago Blackhawks in its next game, set for Thursday, October 27th away from home.
Edmonton Oilers Missing Players
1`06:070-1Jesse PuljujarviDarnell Nurse, Warren Foegele
1`07:15-Ryan Murray2 minutes for Tripping Ivan Barbashev
1`10:05Noel Acciari2 minutes for Hooking Markus Niemelainen-
2`08:39Justin Faulk2 minutes for Tripping Leon Draisaitl-
2`18:11-Evander Kane2 minutes for Slashing Jordan Kyrou
2`19:55Ryan O'ReillyJustin Faulk, Brayden Schenn1-1
3`08:26-Darnell Nurse2 minutes for Cross Checking Nathan Walker
3`13:441-2Ryan NugentHopkinsConnor McDavid, Zach Hyman