Ty Rattie had a hat trick and Cam Talbot recorded a shutout because the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Vancouver Canucks 6-Zero on Tuesday in pre-season play.

Jesse Puljujarvi additionally scored a pair of targets and Oscar Klefbom added one other for the Oilers who improved to Four-1 in exhibition. Talbot had 35 saves.

The Canucks at the moment are 1-5.

The Oilers began the scoring seven-and-a-half minutes into the opening interval as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins fed it forward to Rattie who beat Vancouver goalie Anders Nilsson. It was Rattie’s fifth aim of the pre-season.

Edmonton made it 2-Zero on the facility play with simply over a minute left within the center interval when Rattie despatched a hopeful shot on internet that trickled in previous Nilsson for his second of the sport.

The Oilers prolonged their lead six minutes into the third interval as McDavid despatched Puljujarvi in on a partial breakaway and he buried the prospect. The help gave McDavid six factors in two exhibition video games.

Flames roar again to edge Sharks

Led by Johnny Gaudreau’s two targets, the Calgary Flames roared again from a three-goal deficit within the first interval to win 7-5 over the San Jose Sharks in pre-season play on Tuesday night time.

Gaudreau’s second of the night time, on a wraparound with 10 seconds left within the second, capped off a giant interval for Calgary, who outscored the Sharks Four-1 to get the sport again to even at 5-5.

Sam Bennett notched the game-winner at 5:33 of the third when his shot from the slot deflected off a Sharks stick and fluttered over the shoulder of goaltender Antoine Bibeau.

Sean Monahan, Matthew Tkachuk, Matthew Phillips and Austin Czarnik, with an empty netter, additionally scored for the Flames.

San Jose, the far less-experienced crew on this night time, bought targets from Barclay Goodrow, Rourke Chartier, Lukas Radil, Maxim Letunov and Alexander Chmelevski. The membership left its 11 highest-paid gamers again residence in San Jose, together with newcomer Erik Karlsson, who has but to go well with up for his first sport.

The Sharks opened the scoring at 11:07 when Goodrow bought behind defenceman Michael Stone, took a go from Joakim Ryan and slipped the puck by the legs of David Rittich on the breakaway.

CBC | Sports News


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