Waking Up With The Edmonton Oilers- Back To Work For The Team

With All-Star weekend in the books the Edmonton Oilers get back to work.
Feb 2, 2024; Toronto, Ontario, CANADA; Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid (97)
Feb 2, 2024; Toronto, Ontario, CANADA; Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid (97) / John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports
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The all-star break has come and gone, but the Edmonton Oilers are back to work and ready to continue their impressive winning streak. With 16 consecutive victories under their belt, the Oilers are just one win away from tying the NHL record for the longest winning streak in history. As they prepare for their next game, the team and their fans are buzzing with excitement and anticipation.

For the Oilers, the all-star break provided a much-needed opportunity to rest and recharge after an intense first half of the season. However, with their winning streak on the line, the team wasted no time getting back to work. They hit the ice for practice yesterday, getting back into the swing of the regular season. The players are focused and determined, knowing that every game counts as they fight to move up the Pacific Division standings.

Meanwhile, fans across the city are eagerly anticipating the next game, hoping to witness history in the making. The Oilers have been on an incredible run, dominating their opponents and thrilling crowds with their fast-paced, high-scoring style of play. The team has shown incredible resilience and determination throughout their streak, coming from behind to win a few games and never giving up in any of the games.

The pressure is on as the Oilers gear up for their next game. They know they are just one win away from tying a record that has stood for decades. But they also know that they can't take anything for granted. Every game is a battle, and they will need to continue playing at their best if they want to keep their streak alive.

When it comes to the game against Vegas tomorrow it is not just the win streak that is important, there is also the standings to take into account. The Oilers are 5 points back with 5 games in hand. If they win that gap would be only 3 points with those games in hand. It is a big difference than if they lose and end up 7 points back.

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Regardless of the outcome, the Edmonton Oilers have already made history with their impressive winning streak. But for the team and their fans, there is nothing more exciting than the prospect of continuing that streak and setting a new record. As the Oilers hit the ice once again, all eyes will be on them as they strive for victory and a place in NHL history.

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