Edmonton Oilers v Vancouver Canucks - Game Seven

The Edmonton Oilers face off in a winner-take-all Game 7 against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday at Rogers Arena to decide who will advance to the Western Conference Final.

You can watch the game on Sportsnet & Hockey Night in Canada at 7:00 p.m. MT or listen live on the Oilers Radio Network, including 630CHED.

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The Oilers prepare for a winner-take-all Game 7 against the Canucks



The Canucks score twice in the final period to push Edmonton to the very last minute, but the Blue & Orange lock it down at six-on-five and get a big block in the dying seconds to send the puck out of the zone and away from danger. The Oilers are victorious 3-2 in Game 7 and 4-3 in the series to earn the chance to play the Dallas Stars for the right to contest the Stanley Cup Final.

Breathe, Oilers fans!

4:36: It's a one-goal game. Filip Hronek fires through traffic for his first playoff goal. 3-2 Oilers.

8:34: Canucks goal. Conor Garland scores unassisted. 3-1 Oilers.

14:13: A delay of game penalty is charged to Connor Brown for putting the puck over the glass.

20:00: The third period has BEGUN! Edmonton with a three-goal lead and 20 minutes to see this victory and this series out. Come on, boys!


0.0: Steal your emotions, Oilers fans. The Blue & Orange are up 3-0 and will need to defend this lead in the final 20 minutes to advance to Round 3.

4:38: NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE! 3-0 OILERS! Evan Bouchard's blocked slapshot pops out to Nugent-Hopkins on the other side from behind the net and the Burnaby boy puts it in at the near post in front of friends and family for his fourth of the playoffs despite Silovs' best efforts.

Hyman redirects Bouchard's point shot for his 11th of the playoffs

5:38: Nils Hoglander takes a blatant trip for getting his stick into the legs of Brett Kulak as he made his escape from the corner with the puck. Edmonton to the power play for the second time tonight.

8:56: Skinner stands up Sam Laffery for his eighth save of the game just past the halfway mark before coming back and making a great glove save on J.T. Miller. Two confident stops from Edmonton's goalie.

14:10: BOUCHARD OFF THE FAR POST MAKES IT A TWO-GOAL OILERS LEAD! The NHL's leading scorer among defencemen waited for Zach Hyman to come in front and set the screen before it was put off the far post by Bouchard for his FIFTH goal of the playoffs and league-leading 19th point among blueliners! 2-0 Oilers. [UPDATE: The goal has been changed to Hyman after he got a piece of the puck on its way through].

Hyman redirects Bouchard's point shot for his 11th of the playoffs

15:51: Silovs makes another unbelievable stop to dive out and deny Leon Draisaitl right as an Oilers' power play was about to expire.

18:44: CODY CECI LOVES THE BIG STAGE! A BLAST FROM NO. 5 PUTS THE OILERS AHEAD IN GAME 7! Ceci steps into a slap shot that beats Silovs clean over the left shoulder to open the Game 7 scoring in favour of the Blue & Orange. Remember, the defenceman scored in Edmonton's Game 7 victory over the Los Angeles Kings back in 2022.

1-0 Oilers.

Ceci scores the opening marker of Game 7 on a point shot

20:00: The second period is underway!


0.0: What an opening period! We're scoreless, but Connor Brown could've made it a one-goal lead shorthanded for Edmonton in the last minute before having his one-on-one shot stopped by Silovs after he tried to go five-hole. Shots are 13-2 Edmonton, with the Blue & Orange killing off everything but 14 seconds of McLeod's double minor.

3:46: Ryan McLeod gets his stick into the face of Elias Pettersson in the corner for a four-minute double minor. Edmonton to an extended penalty kill.

10:00: At ten minutes, Edmonton registers their 10th shot on a full-ice rush from Connor McDavid. Shots are 10-1 through one half of the first period.

13:44: Ilya Mikheyev just needed to slide it past the outstretched Stuart Skinner after J.T. Miller intercepted Vincent Desharnais' errant pass at the blueline, but the Russian can't put it away after being fed for an open chance! A huge missed opportunity and a let-off for the Oilers.

15:02: Hyman rips up the left side and puts a good backhander on goal that's stopped before Bouchard has the rebound eaten up by Silovs.

18:38: Arturs Silovs opens the game with a monstrous blocker save on Brett Kulak after Dylan Holloway fired the initial shot to create the rebound.

20:00: GAME ON! Only one team will advance as we begin this pivotal Game 7 to decide a place in the Conference Final.

Steel your mind, Oilers fans, and buckle up!

20:00: The first period of tonight's elimination Game 7 will begin at 7:10 pm MT.



Nugent-Hopkins - McDavid - Hyman
Kane - Draisaitl - Holloway
Foegele - McLeod - Ryan
Janmark - Carrick - Brown

Ekholm - Bouchard
Nurse - Desharnais
Kulak - Ceci