Oilers Game Day: At Boston Bruins

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Oilers Game Day: At Boston Bruins
Oilers Game Day: At Boston Bruins

Edmonton Oilers at Boston Bruins 5 p.m. TD Bank Garden. SportsNet, 630 CHED. Five Keys 1. Stopping No. 1 line in NHL The Bruins line of Brad Marchand-Patrice Bergeron-David Pastrnak has 18 points in the first three Boston games, including six goals. Marchand has turned into Mr. Playmaker with seven assists. Like the Oilers with Connor McDavid, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, and Ty Rattie, this Bruins line is better production-wise than anybody else. Marchand also has found time to get 19 penalty minutes in his three games, so he hasn't lost that part of his game. 2. Leon outplays Krejci If the first lines of both clubs equalize each other, then it befits Leon Draisaitl to do more on the Oilers' second

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