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By Bob McKenzie The Edmonton Oilers are hoping to have a good start to their playoff run, and their coach hopes the rest of the season can be a great one.
But there are some key things to keep in mind for the Oilers when the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin next week, and they are all linked.
Here are 10 things to know:1.
The Oilers are in a bind, but not in a way you’d expect from a team that finished last season 15-18-4.2.
While the team is still in the thick of the playoffs, there is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding what to expect from the team this season.
They still have to deal with injuries to Connor McDavid and Zach Hyman, both of whom will be out for up to a month with injuries, and the team’s top defenceman, Kevin Shattenkirk, has yet to play a game since Jan. 6.3.
The Edmonton Flames and Vancouver Canucks are two teams that are going to be looking for a lot from their goaltending, and while it’s unclear if they will be able to find a starter for a long time, the Oilers are still very much in the hunt for the Cup.
They will likely need to get their goaltenders on the ice more often, and have to figure out a way to keep them in the lineup when they need them.4.
The first-round series against the Oilers is the only chance the Oilers have to win the Stanley Cups.
They need to beat the Canucks in their home opener, and then win the series to clinch a spot in the Stanley Final.5.
If the Oilers don’t win the Cup in the first round, they’ll be in trouble.
They are still in a great spot right now, but if they fall short of the Cup, they could be in for a very long playoff drought.6.
If Edmonton is unable to win its first Stanley Cup, the team could find itself on the outside looking in if the Oilers want to get back to the playoffs.
That’s because the Flames, Sharks and Bruins are all playoff teams.
If they lose in the playoffs to the Oilers, they would be eliminated from the playoffs at the halfway point.7.
This is an incredible season for the Edmonton Oilers.
They’ve had a few injuries to key players this season, and a number of top players have been traded away in free agency, but they’ve always managed to come back and get to the Stanley Finals.
This season could be a big one.8.
This year marks the 15th time in Edmonton Oilers history the team has won the Stanley Trophy.
The team has had a lot to celebrate over the past couple of years.
They won the Calder Cup last season and the Memorial Cup in 2013.
But this is a team with a lot riding on the future.
The club is in the midst of a rebuild, and there are a lot on the line.9.
It’s a bit of a surprise to see a team like the Oilers get in a position like they are right now.
They haven’t been in a playoff position in a while, and this is their first playoff series since 2011.
But the team will be eager to get things rolling, as they are desperate to improve their record.10.
This will be a busy season for some of the players on the roster.
Kevin Shattzak, who is a key member of the team, has been a key piece for Edmonton since he arrived from the Anaheim Ducks, and he’s been one of the most important players for the team over the last couple of seasons.
He’s been in the top-four in scoring with 23 goals and 50 points, but he was traded to the Vancouver Canucks last month.