#1 me at 65-54, but thats when Washpun t von lebaobei123 15.04.2019 05:52

(SportsNetwork.com) - The Edmonton Oilers will try to pick up their first victory in over three weeks when they host the Arizona Coyotes in Mondays encounter at Rexall Place. The Oilers have lost nine straight since earning a road win against the New York Rangers on Nov. 9. The skid is Edmontons longest since going 0-8-3 from March 8-31, 2011. Edmonton is 0-6-3 on its current slide and the clubs two most recent setbacks came in road overtime losses. The Oilers lost 1-0 in Nashville on Thursday before dropping a 4-3 decision the following night in St. Louis. The Oilers led the Blues 3-2 after Mark Arcobellos goal at 3:55 of the third period, but Alex Pietrangelo evened the score with 7:35 left in regulation. Vladimir Tarasenko then scored in the final minute of OT to lift St. Louis to the win. Edmontons Ben Scrivens faced a barrage of St. Louis shots, stopping 37 of the 41 pucks fired his way. David Perron and Nikita Nikitin scored second-period goals for the Oilers, while Taylor Hall added two assists in a losing effort. St. Louis outshot the Oilers 41-16 in the game, but nine of Edmontons shots came in the middle period. When you look at our second period, if we play games like that, we win games, Scrivens said. Edmonton also will try to snap a seven-game home losing streak tonight. The Oilers are 4-8-1 at Rexall Place this season and havent won as the host since beating Montreal 3-0 on Oct. 27. While the Oilers are attempting to halt an epic slide, Arizona enters Monday on a relatively modest three-game losing streak. However, the Coyotes only have managed three wins over their last 11 games, going 3-6-2 during that stretch. The Coyotes hope to stop their skid by staying perfect against Edmonton this season. Arizona has won the first two of five scheduled encounters in 2014-15, picking up a 7-4 home win over the Oilers on Oct. 15 before notching a 2-1 victory Nov. 16 in Edmonton. The Oilers have lost seven of eight and 17 of the past 21 games in this series overall and the Coyotes have claimed four straight and nine of 10 at Rexall Place. Arizona was shut out for the fourth time this season its last time out, as Karri Ramo made 26 saves to lead the Calgary Flames to a 3-0 road victory in the desert. Devan Dubnyk made 26 saves on 29 shots for the Coyotes. We had players I think can do more to create some offense for us, Arizona head coach Dave Tippett said. In this game if you played slow, you didnt play well. Arizona could return to struggling No. 1 Mike Smith in net tonight. Smith is just 4-11-2 with a 3.26 goals against average this season and is 0-5-2 since last picking up a victory on Nov. 7 in Anaheim. However, the 32-year-old does boast a lifetime 9-1-1 record and 2.69 GAA in his career against the Oilers. The Coyotes are opening a two-game road trip that ends tomorrow night in Calgary. They are 5-7-1 away from home this season. Wayne Gretzky Jersey . Williams withdrawal came less than 24 hours after losing in the final Auckland WTA tournament final. "I dont believe she has an injury," Hobart tournament director Mark Handley said. Edmonton Oilers Jerseys . Colton Sissons also scored for Milwaukee (19-12-8), which went ahead with a two-goal third period. Wade MacLeod and Greg McKegg replied for Toronto (23-12-4). http://www.officialoilersfanstore.com/au...-oilers-jersey/. -- The top-seeded Alberta Pandas set up of an all-Canada West final against arch rival UBC at the CIS womens volleyball championship after a 3-0 win over the No. Jari Kurri Jersey . -- The Oakland Raiders expect to have starting right tackle Tony Pashos back for Sundays game against the Houston Texans. Jean-Francois Jacques Jersey . Onyshko, from Minnedosa, Man., will compete in artistic gymnastics while Hanet, from Kelowna, B.C., will compete in lawn bowling as a para-athlete. "It is exciting that our Canadian athletes are starting to arrive at the Games Village," said Chantal Petitclerc, Canadas Chef de Mission.Richmond, VA (SportsNetwork.com) - Treveon Graham scored 21 points, including a clutch 3-pointer in the second overtime, and pulled down 11 rebounds to help VCU knock off No. 23 Northern Iowa 93-87 on Saturday. Grahams late layup in regulation helped the Rams (6-3) force overtime and after being held scoreless in the first extra period, he hit the 3-pointer in the second overtime that put VCU ahead for good. Briante Weber chipped in 14 points and six steals for the Rams, and Melvin Johnson added 12. Our bench production is what won us the game. Our bench was better than it has been earlier in the year. We still have to keep improving, but today was a step in the right direction, VCU coach Shaka Smart said. Wes Washpun and Matt Bohannon scored 27 and 18 points, respectively, for the Panthers (9-1), including 12 of the teams 14 points in the overtime sessions. It was not enough, though, and Washpun fouled out of the game in the second overtime. Deon Mitchell added 12 points in UNIs first loss of the season. With 54 seconds remaining, Northern Iowa took its only lead of the second half. Bohannon nailed a contested 3-point attempt to put the Panthers up 73-71, but Grahams layup on the next possession evened the game at 73-73. UNI could not get a shot off at the buzzer due to the aggressive VCU defense. Mo Alie-Coxs slam on the first possession of overtime got the Rams off to a quick start, but another clutch shot by Bohannon with 33 seconds to go tied the game at 83-83. All 10 of the Panthers points in the first extra session were scored by Bohannon or Washpun. The Rams once again opened the overtime period with the first basket, this time a triple from Doug Brooks. Bohannon had an opportunity for a three-point play on the next possession, but he missed the free throw that would have tied it. After Grahams long distance shot extended the VCUU lead to four, Washpun drove to the basket with less than a minute left to cut the deficit to two, but he committed an offensive foul for his fifth of the game.dddddddddddd Once Washpun left the game, the Panthers only got one bucket from Mitchell, and it was sandwiched by a pair of free throws from Weber and Graham to seal the win for VCU. The Rams maintained a small but persistent lead in the second half. The Panthers twice cut that margin to a point, but VCU answered each time with a 3-pointer to extend its advantage a little more. Justin Tillmans layup at the 6:16 mark gave the Rams their first double-digit lead of the game at 65-54, but thats when Washpun took over to send UNI on a run. He piled up eight points in the Panthers 19-8 surge to close regulation and send the game to the extra period. In the first half, UNI was able to survive VCUs Havoc defense despite committing nine turnovers. The Panthers shot 50.0 percent in the half and led by as many as nine six minutes into the game thanks to a quick 5-0 spurt highlighted by a Paul Jesperson 3. An 8-0 Rams run spurred by five points from Graham cut their deficit to one, and the final 12 1/2 minutes were back and forth. VCU took its first lead with under eight minutes to go with a Weber triple. The teams cooled down as halftime approached and in the final six minutes, each team only scored four points for a 37-35 Rams lead at the half. Game Notes VCU now leads the all-time series 2-1 with the home team winning all three meetings ... The Panthers have only started 10-0 once in team history, in 1963-64 ... UNIs loss leaves nine remaining undefeated teams ... Mitchells 12 points puts him over 1,000 for his career ... VCU hits the court next Tuesday against Belmont, while UNIs next game is against in-state rival Iowa. ' ' '

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