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December 19, 2008 | Chris Foster
AT EDMONTON Time: 6 p.m. PST On the air: TV: KDOC; Radio: 830. Where: Rexall Place. Records: Oilers 14-14-2; Ducks, 17-12-3. Record vs. Oilers (2007-08): 0-1-0. Update: Ducks goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere, who is in Montreal to attend his father's funeral, will miss this game. Ex-Duck Dustin Penner has nine goals and 15 points for the Oilers. -- Chris Foster
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April 6, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
EDMONTON, Canada -- Jonas Hiller will return as the Ducks' goalie here Sunday night after allowing four first-period goals on nine shots in the team's previous game. “It's nice when you don't have too much time to think about things that didn't go too well. You want to get back as soon as possible,” Hiller said following the team's morning skate at Rexall Place. “You overthink things [and] think about things you shouldn't think about. [It's] nice to go back out and focus on hockey.” Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau expressed confidence in Hiller (29-12-7)
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February 13, 2011
Ducks tonight AT EDMONTON When: 5 PST. Where: Rexall Place. On the air: TV: Ch. 56; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 31-21-4, Oilers 16-31-8. Record vs. Oilers: 2-1-0. Update: This is the fourth and final meeting between these teams this season. The Ducks are coming off a 5-4 overtime win against Calgary and could have Jonas Hiller back in goal. Hiller, activated Friday from injured reserve after suffering fatigue and lightheadness, hasn't played since Feb. 2. The Oilers have won once in their last seven games and sit at the bottom of the NHL standings.
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April 2, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
Frederik Andersen will make a third consecutive start as Ducks' goalie Wednesday night, with Coach Bruce Boudreau saying he wants typical starter Jonas Hiller to get more rest as the Stanley Cup playoffs loom. “I was thinking [Hiller] was a little mentally tired coming back from the Olympics,” Boudreau said. “A good little rest of two or three games -- or even four -- might be apropos for him to get him back where he should be.” Hiller (29-11-7) won 14 consecutive games from Dec. 6 to Jan. 12, but is 6-6-3 since and gave up four goals on 23 shots Friday night in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Edmonton Oilers, when the Ducks had 48 of 51 shots stopped by Ben Scrivens.
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April 20, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
CALGARY, Canada -- For the Ducks, their current offensive drought has permeated the lineup at precisely the wrong time. With four games remaining on the schedule - starting Sunday night against the Oilers at Edmonton - the Ducks have seven days remaining in the regular season to engineer a course correction. They've scored five goals in their last four games, and there are some other numbers to ponder, in a larger sense. For example: Bobby Ryan's offensive creativity has gone missing.
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January 15, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
Reporting from Edmonton, Canada — Kings' historians will remember the pitfalls and pratfalls on some of these long, cold journeys through Alberta, getting body slammed by the one-two punch of the Flames and Oilers. Previously, even coming away with a split would have been cause for celebration. So why then did leaving Alberta with three out of a possible four points this weekend carry the slight feel of disappointment? The faces and body language of the Kings showed just that shortly after the Oilers defeated them, 2-1, in overtime at Rexall Place on Sunday night.
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March 31, 2012
EDMONTON, Canada — The words came first and then the actions followed about nine or so hours later. And just like that, the Kings returned to a place where they have been before, briefly. First place in the Pacific Division. This time, they hope to extend their stay. The Kings beat the Oilers, 4-1, at Rexall Place on Friday night, vaulting up the Western Conference standings into the third spot from eighth because Dallas lost at Vancouver. They did it without forward Jeff Carter, who is out for an undetermined amount of time with an injured ankle.
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March 27, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
EDMONTON, Canada - Traded Ducks goalie Viktor Fasth left Anaheim on March 4 in 82-degree weather, arriving at his new team's home with the thermometer at minus-13. That's minus-25 Celsius up here. "Here we go … ," Fasth said to himself, capping events that reveal how fast yesterday's rising star can transform into an expendable commodity. Fasth, 31, went from being goalie 1-A for the playoff-thinking Ducks (47-18-7) to sharing time in net with ex-King Ben Scrivens for the last-place Edmonton Oilers (25-39-9)
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April 20, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
CALGARY, Canada -- For the Ducks, their current offensive drought has permeated the lineup at precisely the wrong time. With four games remaining on the schedule - starting Sunday night against the Oilers at Edmonton - the Ducks have seven days remaining in the regular season to engineer a course correction. They've scored five goals in their last four games, and there are some other numbers to ponder, in a larger sense. For example: Bobby Ryan's offensive creativity has gone missing.
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February 20, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
EDMONTON, Canada - When finesse won't produce goals - and it hasn't been a reliable tool for the low-scoring Kings this season - there's only one way to go. "We talked about getting ugly ones," center Colin Fraser said. "You've got to get to the net to do it. " Fraser, restored to the lineup after being scratched the previous four games, led the way against the Oilers on Tuesday night by anchoring the fourth line and aggressively going to the net for a goal that was a thing of beauty for the Kings.
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January 24, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
EDMONTON, Canada -- There was anger spraying everywhere from the Kings, the Oilers and their fans on a wild night at Rexall Place on Thursday. For the Kings, it was directed at the overmatched officials, a failure to capitalize on one power-play opportunity after another, and finally, the inability to protect a lead for the final five seconds of regulation. The Kings were within 4.7 seconds of leaving Edmonton with their first victory of the season but instead had to settle for a point.
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April 4, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
When: 6:30 PDT. Where: Rexall Place. On the air: TV: KDOC; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 33-35-12, Oilers 32-39-9. Record vs. Oilers: 2-1. Update: This is the second meeting between the teams in the last five days. Edmonton beat the Ducks, 2-1, in Anaheim on Sunday. The Ducks reassigned defenseman Mat Clark to their minor league affiliate in Syracuse, N.Y., Wednesday. Clark played two games with the Ducks and had no points. Edmonton star forward Taylor Hall had surgery on his injured left shoulder Tuesday in Cleveland.
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March 31, 2012
EDMONTON, Canada — The words came first and then the actions followed about nine or so hours later. And just like that, the Kings returned to a place where they have been before, briefly. First place in the Pacific Division. This time, they hope to extend their stay. The Kings beat the Oilers, 4-1, at Rexall Place on Friday night, vaulting up the Western Conference standings into the third spot from eighth because Dallas lost at Vancouver. They did it without forward Jeff Carter, who is out for an undetermined amount of time with an injured ankle.
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January 15, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
Reporting from Edmonton, Canada — Kings' historians will remember the pitfalls and pratfalls on some of these long, cold journeys through Alberta, getting body slammed by the one-two punch of the Flames and Oilers. Previously, even coming away with a split would have been cause for celebration. So why then did leaving Alberta with three out of a possible four points this weekend carry the slight feel of disappointment? The faces and body language of the Kings showed just that shortly after the Oilers defeated them, 2-1, in overtime at Rexall Place on Sunday night.
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