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The 2023-2024 NHL Season has been brutal for the Edmonton Oilers (3-9-1). After 13 games to start the season, the Oilers were forced to fire Jay Woodcroft as head coach. The Oilers' disastrous start, their horrible defense and the debut of an interim head coach on Monday gives the New York Islanders a chance to get above .500%.
The Oilers allow an average of 3.92 goals per game, which is third worst in the league. This is a good opportunity for the Islanders’ offense, which only averages 2.46 goals per game (third-worst in the league) to get a rhythm going. One player who can help establish the pace is defender Noah Dobson, who leads the team in points accounted for (12) and assists (8).
With Edmonton still trying to establish themselves defensively and with their coaching staff, they will left wide-open for various attempted shots at the goal.
The Colorado Avalanche are thriving off the success of their big three in forward Mikko Rantanen, defender Cale Makar and center Nathan MacKinnon. Through 13 games this season, the big three combined for 50 points.
The Avalanche are taking on a Kraken team that allows an average of 3.4 goals per game. They have scored seven runs in the two split games versus the Kraken. Colorado defeated Seattle 4-1 in Seattle on October 17 in the first rematch since the Kraken knocked out the Avalanche in the first round of the 2023 NHL Playoffs. Seattle answered back with the 4-3 win in Denver last Thursday.
After a slow production in October, MacKinnon has accounted for eight points in the Avalanche's five games in November. He scored a goal and accounted for two assists in Colorado's 4-3 home to Seattle. MacKinnon is going to look to avenge the loss after being the key player for the Avalanche on Thursday.
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Michael Hanich is a sports journalist/analyst with a wide variety of experience in the newspaper and digital field. He has a love for all sports. The leagues that he covers are College Football, the NFL, the NBA, the NHL, College Basketball (men’s and women’s), the MLB, Lacrosse, Volleyball, and the WNBA.More info on Michael Hanich
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