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Friday, November 20, 2009

B&J #85 Edmonton Oilers Recap vs Colorado Avalanche (11/18/09)

Welcome to Oilers Jambalaya - An Edmonton Oilers Hockey Blog. Beers & Jeers is a dual collaboration between Smokin' Ray and Paq Twinn. We hope you enjoy our Edmonton Oilers full game recap.


- Who's Out? Who's in? Mike Comrie has Mono and will be out for awhile. What isn't wrong with this guy?  Is he the next Tom Poti? So Comrie, Pisani, Nilsson, Chorney, Grebeshkov, Jacques, Stone and Pouliot are all not playing due to injury.


Pre-Game Records

Edmonton Oilers (8-10-3) vs. Colorado Avalanche (13-5-3)







**These are Re-Tweets of Paq Twinn's LIVE TweetCast© at **


- Welcome to the #Oilers vs #Avs LIVE *TweetCast*.
- Waiting for player intro's, anthems, and #puckdrop.
- Here we go, 1st period underway at the Rex. JDD gets the start in net.
- Oilers PP. Clark goes off for Holding at 18:26 remaing in 1st
- Oilers cant get anything going on PP. 0-0 1st
- Fast Physical game so far. 5 mins gone in 1st.
- Staios goes off. Oilers PK 0-0 13:33 1st
- Pens draws an even up call on a nice PK rush. 4on4
- Hejduk scores 4on4, on a rebound in front. 1-0 Avalanche 1st
- Oilers PP. 9:41 1st
- Crowd chants "Lets Go Oilers" for 1st time at 9:00 1st
- Oilers PP seriously out worked by Avs PK.
- Oilers not able to gain any momentum, Avs are controlling the play. 5:00 1st
- Horcoff SCORES! on a rebound off a Hemmer shot. 1-1 Tie Game 3:16 1st
- That goal gave the Oil some life. 2 min warning
- Hejduk scores, off a feed from Duchesene. 2-1 Avalanche 1 and change to go. 1st
- After one period the Avs lead the Oilers 2-1.
- Oilers looked pretty lifeless in the 1st.


- 2nd period is underway. Brule SCORES! 21 sec in, great shot up high. 2-2 Tie Game
- Jones scores, with a rocket shot from high slot. 3-2 Avalanche. 18:42 2nd
- Oilers playing more inspired this period. 14:21 2nd
- Oilers PP. Durnno goes off for Tripping. 14:12 2nd
- Oilers cant score, 0 for 4 on PP tonight.
- Gags 'Movember' stache is starting to look alright.
- Cumisky scores, with a nice shot over JDD's shoulder. 4-2 Avalanche 8:53 2nd
- Storts vs Wilson: more wrestling then punches. draw.
- Storts draws the instigator. Oilers PK 7:42 2nd
- Souray nails Wolski up high. Oil down 2 men for 52 sec.
- JDD making some good stops 5on3.
- Patty-O goes off for Tripping, 5on3 PK for 19 sec
- Oilers playing with fire, giving Avs all this PP time. #pissedatnoncallonMoreauhit
- Oilers kill off the successive penalties, now they go on PP. Quincey 2 for Tripping, 2:40 2nd
- Oilers manage 0 shots on that PP.
- Gags SCORES! on rebound off Lubo's point shot. 4-3 Avalanche 15.8 sec 2nd
- After two periods its Avs 4, Oilers 3
- Oilers played way better that period, outshooting Avs so far this game.


- 3rd period is underway.
- Cumisky goes on a nice rush, but runs JDD. Oilers PP 19:05 3rd
- Potsy SCORES after Gilbert moves down to the slot for a shot. 4-4 Tie Game 17:15 3rd
- Crowd has been into this game all night.
- Good action in middle part of 3rd. Oilers gaining edge in play.
- Patty-O SCORES! after some good work by Reeddox to gain possesion. 5-4 Oilers 8 min left in 3rd.
- Looking the wrong way, JDD makes a good toe save on a wrap around attempt.
- @lowkeyhockey Absolutely, no one does it better. RT Gotta love Oilers PA announcer. He is awesome
- After shaky start, JDD is having a soild 2nd half to this game. #anothersoildsave
- Oilers playing more of a lock down type of game now. 4:00 3rd
- 2 min warning and the Oil lead 5-4
- Budej goes to the bench and shortly after Hemmer SCORES! an empty netter on a nice move to get open. 6-4 Oilers.
- OILERS WIN 6-4!!!
- Solid game by the boys tonight, minus the PP, that was awful.
- Thanks for followimg this LIVE *TweetCast* of the #Oilers vs #Avs. Final Score: 6-4 Oilers. Next up Blackhawks on Sat at 8 pm. GOILERS!





Colorado Avalanche - 4

Edmonton Oilers - 6



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Goals - Horcoff, Potulny, O'Sullivan, Brule, Hemsky, Gagner (1 each)
Assists -Visnovsky (2), Smid, Staios, Brule, Gilbert, Hemsky, Reddox, Gagner, Deslauriers (1 each)
Points - Brule, Hemsky, Gagner, Visnovsky (2 points each), Smid, Horcoff, Potulny, O'Sullivan, Staios, Gilbert, Reddox, Deslauriers (1 point each)
Best +/- - Visnovsky, Smid (+3)
Worst +/- - Gilbert (-2)
Most Penalty Minutes - Stortini (17 pm)
Most Time On The Ice - Souray (25:36 minutes)
Least Time On The Ice - Stortini (5:16 minutes)
Most Shots - Penner (7 shots)
Most Hits - Reddox, Brule, Souray, Moreau (2 each)
Most Giveaways - Souray (2)
Most Takeaways - Visnovsky (2)
Most Blocked Shots - Strudwick (3)
Best Faceoffs - Penner (7W-8L=47%)
Worst Faceoffs - Potulny (2W-6L=25%)



Lubomir Visnovsky - A solid game by Lubo.  He only made one error and other than that he was great.  He picked up 2 assists and was a +3 at the end of the game.  If it wasn't for the error, it was a perfect game.  Here's a nice cold Bud. Cheers!

Ales Hemsky - He also played one heck of a game.  He was making crisp passes and fairly decent decisions.  He scores a goal and adds an assist for a two point night.  He's starting to catch Penner in points.  You know he's playing well when he fires 4 shots at the goalie.  It's Old English time! Paper bag and all.  Cheers!

Dustin Penner - The big guy may not have had any points, but he did good.  His screening is top notch and he's been pretty good in the crease area.  Never mind the fact that he is leading the team in faceoff wins.  Can he do it all?  A Pilsner for the Manitoba boy.  Cheers!

HONORABLE MENTION(S): Sam Gagner (He scores a crucial goal and gives the team life.), Patrick O'Sullivan (He gets the monkey off his back and scores the game winner.), Ryan Potulny (The hard work pays off and he pots the tying goal.), Ladislav Smid (His +3 was a team best.  He's plays so mean it's fun to watch.), Gilbert Brule (He's been good for a few games now.  He had a goal and an assist.), Sheldon Souray (He sent a message to the Avs that fae hitting in not cool.  He played pretty good.)



Tom Gilbert - He was brutal.  The first two goals were on his shift and both times he was weak at taking out his check.  Quinn then benched him for awhile and then gave him another chance where he picked up an assist on the Potulny goal.  Let's hope he understands the message.  For a bad game, Boooooo!

HONORABLE MENTION(S): Jeff Deslauriers (He needs to smarten up and learn how to be sharp more consistaanly.)



(Smokin' Ray) Ethan Moreau - He was playing ok... till his bell was rung. 

(Paq Twinn) Robert Nilsson - Still not playing because of his concussion.



Smokin' Ray - What a game by the Oilers.  They were crappy for half a game and then funally picked up the pace and pulled out the win.  Deslauriers needs to play more so he doesn't look so rusty.  Besides, I thought he was going to play 20-25 games this year?  I'm hoping the Oilers can get it together in time for the Chicago game.  They have a history of beating the Oilers. Badly.

Paq Twinn - Ya, good win boys. Oilers started slow but got stronger as the game went on. JDD let in some bad ones, but didn't let in the "next one", when the team was making their come back. That was HUGE. Speaking of huge, the PK had some timely kills. The PP continued to be Hot/Cold, tonight it was cold. The 1st line didn't play well in general tonight. Brule had a good game as did Smid, Penner, O'Sullivan, Gagner and Potulny. But pretty much everyone looked average. No one stood out to me tonight. Game Grade B.



**Check Back Later**



- Game Summary

- Event Summary

- Scoring Chances (MC79)

Smokin' Ray's Player Grades (Cult of Hockey)

- Full NHL Play By Play

- Oilers Time On The Ice

- Opponents Time On The Ice

- Faceoff Reports

- Shots Report



Edmonton Oilers (9-10-3) vs. Chicago Blackhawks (13-5-2)

Saturday, Nov 21/09
8:00 pm MT
CBC - Hockey Night In Canada


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