Oilers vs Sharks Live Stream: Watch NHL Game 4 Online, Team News

Oilers vs Sharks

Coming off a pair of wins, the Edmonton Oilers, are up against the San Jose Sharks for Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals with a 2-1 series lead tonight.  The game kicks off at 10:00 PM EST in SAP Center. You can watch the game live on FuboTV.

How to watch Sharks vs Oilers Game 4 Online:

Date and Time: April 18th, 2017 10:00 PM EST

Venue: SAP Center


Online Stream: FuboTV (US) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch this event live, you can cancel at any time.)


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Oilers Team News

For the second consecutive game, Cam Talbot had a shutout and Zack Kassian scored the winning goal for the Oilers in the game -3.

Talbot had 23 saves and Kassian scored at 10:45 of the third period to lift the Oilers to a 1-0 win against the Sharks in Game 3 on Sunday.

The Oilers have no reported injuries with the exception of Tyler Pitlick, who’s out for rest of the season.

Sharks Team News

Captain Joe Pavelski disclosed his strategy for Tuesday’s game at practice yesterday that it’s just about getting inside, winning that one-on-one battle and when you get the chance, stick it in the net.

Joe Thornton’s  return to the lineup in Game 3 had an immediate impact with a first period that saw the Sharks out-shoot and out-hit the Oilers by a 2-to-1 margin, though nothing was converted to the scoreboard.



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