The Oilers (50-23-9) evened the series with a 4-2 victory in Wednesday night’s Game 2 as the series heads to Los Angeles. Connor McDavid led the league in points this season with teammate Leon Draisaitl right behind him in second. Edmonton has been very good away from home this season with a 27-11-3 record on the road.
The Kings (47-25-10) will play a home game for the first time since April 10 when they were 26-11-4 during the regular season. Los Angeles goalie Joonas Korpisalo saved 76 shots through the first two games of this series as the Kings look to take control in Game 3.
2023 NHL Playoffs: Oilers vs. Kings live stream
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