Kings v Oilers Highlights – Canadian Feed

The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Oilers 3-1 in Edmonton last night. Ryan Smyth was originally credited with the first two goals – that’s since been changed to Drew Doughty.

Last season’s Norris Trophy finalist now has six goals on the year, half of them coming against the Oilers.

For a different look, here are video highlights from the Canadian feed…

One questions to ponder – if Jarret Stoll would have buried that penalty shot, how much more would it have stung that coach Terry Murray didn’t include him in the initial three shooters during Tuesday’s game in Minnesota?

The Kings lost that game to the Wild 1-0, when Anze Kopitar, Jack Johnson and Dustin Brown all came away empty against Niklas Backstrom.

And it certainly seemed odd to exclude Stoll, especially considering he had scored the game winner in the Kings’ previous game – a shootout victory over San Jose at Staples Center.

Either way, the Kings are 4-0-1 in their last five games and now travel to Calgary to take on the Flames Saturday night.

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