Arizona Coyotes Vs Edmonton Oilers: Match Report, Team Squad & Live Stream

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Sunday, November 27th, 2016 | 0

Arizona Coyotes and Edmonton Oilers are going to play their 2nd head to head match in next 27th November, 2016 in this ongoing NHL 2016/17 tournament. Just couple of days ago, they played first time each other where Arizona defeated Edmonton by 3 – 2. But, that was seems an unfortunate for Edmonton because they are showing so tremendous performance in this tournament and examined as one of the hot favourite. They won Stanley Cup championships five times which ranked him on the sixth position. However, Arizona and Edmonton both teams are basically same aged where both were founded in same year in 1972. Besides, they are also from same division of Western Conference. But, according to their current division ranking, Edmonton Oilers is in far better condition than Arizona Coyotes. Here we present their next head to head fight details below.

# Short Data of Next Competition:

  • Play Between – Arizona Coyotes Vs Edmonton Oilers
  • Competition Date – 27th November, 2016
  • Kick Off – 15:00 (ET)
  • Day – Sunday
  • Competition Name – National Hockey League (NHL) 2016/17
  • Version No. – 99th of Play/ 100th of Operation

Arizona Coyotes Vs Edmonton Oilers

# Hosting Arena Overview: Rogers Place is announced as the hosting stadium of the upcoming competition between Arizona Coyotes and Edmonton Oilers in National Hockey League 2016/17. The ground is also used as multipurpose competition including Basketball and Concert. It is located in Edmonton, Alberta. The ground surface is made by Ice and was opened first time in 8th September, 2016 after spending two years construction period. Since then, it is used as the home ground of  Edmonton Oilers. Rogers Place has almost 18,641 seats capacity.

# Live Broadcasting Channels: FS – A PLUS, SN

# Complete Team Squad of Arizona Coyotes and Edmonton Oilers:


Position Arizona Coyotes Edmonton Oilers Remarks
1. Goaltenders Mike Smith (Can), Louis Domingue (Can) Cam Talbot (Can), Jonas Gustavsson (Swe)


Defenceman Michael Stone (Can), Connor Murphy (USA), Alex Goligoski (USA), Luke Schenn (Can), Oliver Ekman Larsson (Swe), Anthony DeAngelo (USA), Jakob Chychrun (Can), Kevin Connauton (Can) Andrej Sekera (Slo), Kris Russell (Can), Darnell Nurse (Can), Adam Larsson (Swe), Oscar Klefbom (Swe), Eric Gryba (Can), Mark Fayne (USA), Brandon Davidson (Can), Matthew Benning (Can)
3. Centre Ryan White (Can), Martin Hanzal (Czech), Christian Dvorak (USA), Laurent Dauphin (Can)

Ryan Nugent Hopkins (Can), Connor McDavid (Can), Mark Letestu (Can), Leon Draisaitl (Ger)


Winger Radim Vrbata (Czech), Brad Richardson (Can), Tobias Rieder (Ger), Jordan Martinook (Can), Jamie McGinn (Can), Anthony Duclair (Can), Shane Doan (Can), Max Domi (Can), Lawson Crouse (Can)

Anton Slepyshev (Rus), Jesse Puljujarvi (Fin), Benoit Pouliot (Can), Tyler Pitlick (USA), Iiro Pakarinen (Fin), Patrick Maroon (USA), Milan Lucic (Can), Zack Kassian (Can), Matt Hendricks (USA), Jordan Eberle (Can), Drake Caggiula (Can)

# Prediction: Edmonton Oilers has the maximum chance to win the next match against Arizona Coyotes.

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