The Edmonton Oilers just lost another hockey game.
No, seriously. I'm sorry for not having you sit down before reading this.
But in what is odd, check out this TSN article on the game.
Notes — It was the first of two games this season between the Red Wings and Oilers. Detroit came into the game having gone 13-0-1 in their last 14 meetings with the Oilers. Edmonton had two wins in their past 15 games against the Red Wings, each through the shootout. Detroit had also recorded at least a point in 27 of their last 28 games against Edmonton… Oilers 2014 third-overall draft pick Leon Draisaitl will now be on a Western Hockey League contender after having his rights traded from the Prince Albert Raiders to the powerhouse Kelowna Rockets on Tuesday. Draisaitl, 19, was sent back down to junior on Sunday after recording two goals and seven assists in 37 games as a centre for the Oilers this season… Detroit defenseman Xavier Ouellet remains with the team, with Jakub Kindl eligible to come off injured reserve, but not yet ready to play with an elbow injury. Also out for the Wings Jonas Gustavsson (shoulder)… The lone injury for the Oilers is forward Tyler Pitlick who was finally released from hospital in Calgary on Monday after suffering a lacerated spleen and is expected out for three months.
Here's a screenshot in case they fix this. Re-read the underlined part (click to view full-size).
Uh, so the Oilers are 13-0-2 in their last 15 meetings with Detroit, with both wins in the shootout? Why would they give the previous 14, then previous 15 games?