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Smurfville :: Fun! (Non Smurf) :: General Talk :: Oilers get hat tricks from Hopkins and Draisaitl - View Topic
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Oilers get hat tricks from Hopkins and Draisaitl (27th Mar 19 at 9:52am UTC)
It had been 34 years since Edmonton Oilers championship rings teammates enjoyed a game like this.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Leon Draisaitl each scored three goals as Edmonton powered its way to an 8-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings championship rings for sale on Tuesday night.

The last time two Oilers posted hat tricks in the same game was 1985, when Paul Coffey and Jari Kurri also did it against the Kings.

Draisaitl added an assist and Zack Kassian also scored for the Oilers (34-34-8), who moved within five points of a wild card in the Western Conference playoff race with six games remaining.

All of Nugent-Hopkins' goals came in the first period.

Alex Iafallo, Drew Doughty, Dustin Brown and Carl Grundstrom scored for the Kings (28-40-8), who had won three straight.

Los Angeles started the scoring just more than two minutes into the opening period as Iafallo stepped into a shot from the high slot that hit a stick and beat cheap Edmonton Oilers championship rings goalie Mikko Koskinen to the glove side for his 15th goal of the season.

Nugent-Hopkins responded just more than a minute later, deflecting a pass from Alex Chiasson past Kings starter Jonathan Quick.

The goals kept coming as Draisaitl bobbed and weaved his way through the defense before scoring his 44th of the season stanley cup championship rings.

The Oilers made it 3-1 midway through the first when Kassian picked the top corner for his 15th of the season.

Nugent-Hopkins scored his 27th on a long, high shot to give Edmonton a three-goal lead with six minutes to play. He completed his hat trick on a power play with 12 seconds remaining in the period. McDavid picked up an assist for his career-high 109th point of the season.

Jack Campbell replaced Quick to start the second period.

The custom Los Angeles Kings championship rings got one back eight minutes into the second when Doughty scored on a two-man advantage.

McDavid made a slick move in tight to score his 39th and make it 6-2 about 12 minutes into the period.

The Oilers kept it up with another goal a couple of minutes later when McDavid set up Draisaitl on the doorstep for his second of the game championship rings.

Brown got the Kings' second power-play goal of the game with three minutes left in the second before Grundstrom struck on a 4-on-4 with 44 seconds left.

Draisaitl got the first regular-season hat trick of his career with 1:31 to go in the third, giving him 99 points on the season. He has 46 goals but is hesitant to talk about chasing 50.
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