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, plays hard, kills penalties, shuts guys down.”Klefbom has assists in seven of 10 career games against Minnesota. And Hitchcock said the message of getting the puck to the net is getting through to the six-year veteran.“I think when you have good players up front, sometimes you defer and we’re trying to get him to shoot the puck. We’re trying to get him to pound it off the net and he’s starting to do that stuff,” Hitchcock said.Edmonton fell to the Wild 4-3 on Oct. 30 at Rogers Place. Since the start of the 2010-11 season, the Oilers are 2-11-3 at home against Minnesota (15-11-2).The Wild have a quick turnaround after their fourth loss in five games, a 2-0 defeat to the Calgary Flames on Thursday. Mikko Koivu left with an injury following a hit by Mark Giordano in the third period, and the longtime captain’s status for this game is not immediately known.Coach Bruce Boudreau said he did not have an update on Koivu, who is tied for the team lead with 17 assists and has 21 points.Minnesota, which is trying to wrap up a three-game trip through Western Canada with a winning mark, is 4-1-0 in the back ends of games played on consecutive nights this season.“At the end of the day, especially a game like tonight where we lost the game, it’s always fun going right back at it Youth Jaden Schwartz Jersey ,” winger Nino Niederreiter said.After backup Wild goaltender Alex Stalock made 18 saves versus Calgary, Devan Dubnyk is expected to get the nod against the team that picked him 14th overall in the 2004 draft.Dubnyk is 3-1-0 with a 1.24 goals-against average, a .947 save percentage and one shutout in four road starts against the Oilers after being acquired from the Arizona Coyotes in January 2015. His 144 wins since being dealt are the second-most in the league behind the Washington Capitals‘ Braden Holtby (154).Zach Parise, who is expected to appear in his 900th NHL game for Minnesota, has collected nine of his 13 goals on the road this season. One of those tallies came on the power play against Edmonton in October. There is simply no stopping the Tampa Bay Lightning, who remain far and away the top team in the NHL. There was quite a shift in the top 10 this week, however, as some teams are getting hot in the new year.Here is where all 31 teams stand as we finish up the first week of the new year.31. Los Angeles Kings (16-23-3) Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY SportsThe only positive is that the Kings might have the best odds to win the Jack Hughes sweepstakes. It's long overdue for the front office to tear this thing down and begin a full-on rebuild.30. Ottawa Senators (15-21-5)What a disaster the month of December was. The reeling Sens have now lost six straight games. 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New York Rangers (17-16-7)The Blueshirts have gone a mere 3-3-4 over their last 10 games and have dropped their last two. It's hard to see this rebuilding team hanging in the playoff race much longer, especially considering they're bound to sell at the deadline.21. Edmonton Oilers (19-18-3)The Oilers snapped a six-game losing streak to Arizona on Wednesday, but another losing streak will end their minimal playoff hopes. The pressure is on GM Peter Chiarelli to find reinforcements between now and the deadline, or else he will be out of a job.advertising20. Florida Panthers (17-16-6)With聽five players already scoring 30-plus points, you'd think Florida would be in a playoff spot. But it's been a very frustrating first half for Bob Boughner's team. Might they replicate last year and go on a hot run in the second half? That's what they need.19. Vancouver Canucks (20-20-4)They've played more games than anybody else, which doesn't bode well for their playoff chances. 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This group has lost seven of its last 10, but you can attribute the struggles to injuries. The Predators will be fine once their star players return to full health.11. Columbus Blue Jackets (23-14-3)Few players have been flying under the radar like Seth Jones, who is up to 24 points on the season. He's keeping a flawed Blue Jackets team in the race for the Metropolitan Division title, amid a frustrating season for goalie Sergei Bobrovsky.10. Buffalo Sabres (22-13-6)advertisingIt's going to be quite a battle for the the second and third spots in the Atlantic between Buffalo, Boston and Toronto. The Sabres need to bust out of this recent slide if they want to catch up to the top teams in the division.9. San Jose Sharks (22-13-7) Credit: Perry Nelson-USA TODAY SportsThe Sharks have been playing like the Stanley Cup contender we all expected to see now. Erik Karlsson is up to 33 points on the season, and the Sharks are making a run for the top seed in the Western Conference.8. 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Washington Capitals (24-12-4)The Capitals have dropped their last three games, but they're still sitting pretty in the Metropolitan Division. Amazing that Alexander Ovechkin (30 goals) is in line to win the 'Rocket' Richard Trophy again - at age 33.4. Vegas Golden Knights (25-15-4)They've been one of the hottest teams for a month now, having won five in a row. The Golden Knights look every bit like the team that reached the Stanley Cup Final in their inaugural season. They're going to be dangerous again come playoff time.3. Pittsburgh Penguins (23-12-6)Eightstraight wins - and victories in nine of their last 10 - have cooled down any stress in the Steel City. The Penguins are just getting hot after an up-and-down first half. The usual. Nothing else to see here.2. Toronto Maple Leafs (26-12-2)The Maple Leafs might want to find a reliable backup goalie to complement Frederik Andersen. On a side note, John Tavares (26 goals), is on pace to set a career high. Mitch Marner (55 points in 40 games), has every right to be upset about not being selected to the All-Star Game.1.Tampa Bay Lightning (32-7-2) Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsSeven straight wins for the best team in the NHL, and they're already running away with the Presidents' Trophy in January. At this point, it's safe to say that nobody is going to steal the top spot from Tampa. They're miles ahead of everybody else now.
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