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The Edmonton Oilers Hold On to Defeat the Boston Bruins

With the honoring of Colby Cave at the start, this game was set out to be a great battle. Two teams came ready for wins and that is what it was like at the start. A fast-paced game that led to many scoring chances right off the bat. Until David Pasternak finally buried one with his fourth goal of the year.

But the Oilers answer right back with a goal by Boucher with a laser to the top of the net about a minute after the Bruins scored. And the game stayed tied till the second.

Where Boston got the lead right back after a pinball in front of the net and Brad Marchand who is off to a hot start puts the puck right into the back of the net.

Then the Oilers answer right back with a goal by Zach Hyman the former Maple Leaf who drove the net and put the puck in right under the blocker of Linus Ullmark.

Then late in the second a slapshot by Carlo goes through the screen in front and finds its way past Koskinen and into the back of the net and Boston regained the lead for the third time this game.

Then about seven minutes into the third Carlo flubs the puck and it goes right onto Draisittle’s stick about three feet away from the net and he puts right under the bar with his eleventh goal of the year and ties the again for the Edmonton Oilers.

Then a couple of minutes later Ceci with the beautiful pass right to Draisittle in the slot and Draisaitl buries it to give the Oilers their first lead of the game. Then late in the third, the puck comes out to Ceci at the point and he puts it in the net and with that goal, it ices the game for the Oilers as they beat the Bruins 5-3 in Madison Square Garden.

With that win, it is the Oiler’s tenth win of the year as they may be the best team in the NHL.

But did the Bruins do a good job shutting down Connor Mcdavid? Yes, they did pretty well they kept him to just one point that game they just couldn’t shut down Lwon Draisittle who wins the game for the Oilers.

The Oilers head to Buffalo to take on the Sabres and are now 10-2-0 and are first in the Pacific. While the Bruins head to New Jersey to take on the Devils and are now 6-5-0 with that loss to the Oilers.

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