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Game Highlights 42.0: Edmonton Oilers lose 6-3 to Los Angeles Kings

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Photo credit:© Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports
Cam Lewis
16 days ago
The Edmonton Oilers kicked off a huge four-game road trip through California and Vegas on Monday night in Los Angeles with a 6-3 loss to the Kings. Below are the highlights from the game…

GAME HIGHLIGHTS ARE PRESENTED BY BETWAY


Kevin Fiala opened the scoring for the Kings in the first period while Tyson Barrie was in the penalty box for hooking…
A few minutes later, Zach Hyman took a two-minute minor for tripping, and the Kings again took advantage to make the score 2-0…
The Oilers managed to bring the score to 2-1 shortly before the end of the first period with what was essentially a power-play goal of their own. Just as Philip Danualt was coming out of the penalty box, Kailer Yamamoto tipped a Darnell Nurse point shot past Pheonix Copley…
A few minutes into the second frame, the Kings took advantage of a strange too-many-men call against the Oilers to make the score 3-1. After the goal, Stuart Skinner was pulled in favour of Jack Campbell…
The Kings extended their lead to 4-1 with yet another goal on the man advantage. Adrian Kempe wired a one-timer that Jack Campbell appeared to snare with his glove. The Kings challenged the play and it turned out that Campbell’s glove was just behind the goal line…
Jesse Puljujarvi tried to give his team a spark by throwing a big hit in the neutral zone and then dropping the gloves with Philip Danault…
Shortly after that scrap, Ryan McLeod made the score 4-2 with his fourth goal of the season…
The Kings were able to restore their three-goal lead again after a defensive meltdown resulted in Alex Iafallo getting a soft one past Campbell…
Shortly after Zach Hyman dropped the gloves with Sean Durzi, Connor McDavid sniped his 34th goal on the season…
The Kings added an empty-net goal to make the score 6-3. On the ensuring faceoff, Klim Kostin got into it with Brendan Lemieux for the third fight of the game…

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