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How to Watch Edmonton Oilers vs. Calgary Flames: NHL Playoffs Second Round Game 5 Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Watch at 9:30 PM ET Thursday on ESPN when the Edmonton Oilers visit the Calgary Flames in Game 5 of the NHL Playoffs Second Round. The Oilers lead the series 3-1.

Flames vs. Oilers Game Info

  • Game Day: Thursday, May 26, 2022
  • Game Time: 9:30 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN

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Flames and Oilers Stats, Key Players, and Injuries

Flames Insights

  • The Flames’ 291 total goals (3.6 per game) make them the sixth-best scoring team in the league.
  • Defensively, the Flames have been one of the stingiest units in league play, giving up 206 total goals (2.5 per game) to rank third.
  • They have the league’s second-best goal differential at +85.
  • The 54 power-play goals the Flames have put up this season (on 237 power-play chances) are the 10th-most in the NHL.
  • The Flames rank 10th in the league with a 22.8% power-play conversion rate.
  • The Flames have scored seven shorthanded goals this season.
  • The Flames have the league’s sixth-best penalty-kill percentage (83.2%).
  • The Flames win 51.1% of their faceoffs (11th in the NHL)
  • The Flames have a 10% shooting percentage as a team, which ranks 12th in the league.
  • The Flames have not earned a shutout this season. Their skaters average 22.4 hits and 11.7 blocked shots per game.

Flames Key Players

  • A leading offensive player this season for Calgary, Johnny Gaudreau has put up 115 points.
  • Having scored 42 goals and adding 62 assists, Matthew Tkachuk is an important piece of the offense for Calgary through 82 games.
  • On 235 shots (for 42 goals) and 40 assists, Elias Lindholm has contributed 82 points this season.
  • As Calgary’s top goalie, Jacob Markstrom has recorded 37 wins and 15 losses this season while allowing 137 goals with 1617 saves.

Flames Injuries

    Flames Injuries: Sean Monahan: Out For Season (Hip), Tyler Parsons: Out For Season (Undisclosed)

Oilers Insights

  • The Oilers are seventh in the NHL in scoring (285 goals, 3.5 per game).
  • The Oilers have allowed 251 total goals this season (3.1 per game), 18th in the NHL.
  • Their +34 goal differential is 11th in the league.
  • With 60 power-play goals (on 235 chances), the Oilers are seventh-best in the NHL.
  • The Oilers have the NHL’s third-best power-play percentage (25.5).
  • In terms of shorthanded goals, the Oilers have 11.
  • The Oilers’ have the 17th-ranked penalty kill percentage (79.4%).
  • The Oilers win 51.2% of faceoffs, ninth-best in the NHL.
  • With a shooting percentage of 10.2%, the Oilers are 11th in the league.
  • The Oilers have not held their opponents scoreless yet this season.

Oilers Key Players

  • Connor McDavid’s 44 goals and 79 assists in 80 games for Edmonton add up to 123 total points on the season.
  • Leon Draisaitl has amassed 110 points this season, with 55 goals and 55 assists.
  • Zach Hyman’s 27 goals and 27 assists add up to 54 points this season.
  • Mikko Koskinen is 27-12-4 on the season, allowing 136 goals (3.1 goals against average) and compiling 1261 saves with a .903 save percentage (44th in the league).

Oilers Injuries

    Oilers Injuries: Oscar Klefbom: Out (Shoulder)


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