Game Day Live Blog: Edmonton Oilers vs Los Angeles Kings, Game 4

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Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs is scheduled to start in Los Angeles tonight. Disc delivery is scheduled for shortly after 8:00 pm Even though the team is on the road, there are still plenty of ways for fans to watch the game and cheer on them from here. Whatever we did on Friday to win, let’s do it again! 🏒 🥅

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Live Blog: Game Four

Thank you for joining us in what we hope will be another great victory for oil! Momentum is building with the team surging off consecutive wins as the fandemonium reaches new highs.

If you’re not watching the game from home, or in Los Angeles for the lucky ones, or at some other establishment, Rogers Place is still an option. For $5, you can grab a seat at Rogers for Game 4 Road Game Watch Party; doors open at 7 pm Enjoy the game on the scoreboard with all proceeds going to the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation.


Oilers brace for desperate Kings in crucial Game 4

Robert Tychkowski

Edmonton Oilers center Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (93), left wing Evander Kane (91) and defenseman Cody Ceci (5) celebrate after a goal against the LA Kings in the third period of Game 3 of the first round of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Crypto.com Arena. Photo by Kirby Lee /USA TODAY Sports

LOS ANGELES – From the outside looking in, the Edmonton Oilers are in complete control of their playoff series with the Los Angeles Kings and the outcome is a foregone conclusion.

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After all, what team scrapes the sole of a shoe after being crushed 6-0 and 8-2 in back-to-back games and then suddenly launches a comeback?

But as much as the Oilers are playing right now, and as much as they’ve beaten the Kings in Games 2 and 3, there’s still a feeling on the Edmonton field that they haven’t heard the last of Los Angeles.

The Kings made it a full season overcoming adversity and proving doubters wrong, so no one expects a white flag in Game 4 on Sunday.

“You win a couple and everybody feels good, but it’s a long series and a long playoffs,” goaltender Mike Smith said. “LA is a great team and we don’t take that for granted in any way.

“Obviously you gain confidence when you win, and you win like we have the last two, but those games are over and we’re worried about Game 4. There’s a lot of work to do, we’ve only won two. .”

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