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The Edmonton Oilers could be ready to deal. Micah Hyde Jersey . TSN Hockey Insiders Pierre LeBrun and Bob McKenzie both reported Thursday that there have been ongoing trade discussions between the Oilers and Los Angeles Kings over forward Sam Gagner. The struggling Kings are desperate for some offensive punch and have been exploring trade options to acquire some help. One of the names in play as to who might be involved on the Kings end - according to McKenzie - is left winger Kyle Clifford. Whats notable in this potential deal is that neither player is a pending free agent. Gagner, 24, is in the first year of a three-year deal he signed last summer with an annual salary of $4.8 million. Clifford, 23, has one year remaining on a two-year deal worth $1.075 million per season. He is a restricted free agent at the end of next season. Due to the Kings salary cap constraints, speculation is that the Oilers may be forced to retain some salary. 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Ryan Jones, David Perron, Will Acton and Tyler Pitlick scored for the Oilers. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins added two assists. The defensive-minded Coyotes had trouble in their own end in Los Angeles on Thursday, giving up four goals in the first period and three more after rallying to tie it 4-4. Phoenix gave up a power-play goal 42 seconds into that game and got off to another slow start against the Oilers, though not quite as bad. With neither team generating many good chances, Edmonton scored midway through the first period when Pitlick whiffed on a shot from along the right boards, quickly shot again and slipped the puck between Mike Smiths pads for his first NHL goal. The Coyotes snapped to life at the start of the second period, finishing off a penalty and scoring 47 seconds in, when a centring pass by Ekman-Larsson went off Hanzalls right skate past LaBarbera. Patrick DiMarco Jersey. That triggered a flurry of goals. Stone scored his second of the season on a shot from the right circle -- a direct shot that LaBarbera couldnt handle. Schlemko followed up 27 seconds later with a shot from the left circle that appeared to hit an Edmonton player before going past LaBarbera for a 3-1 lead. LaBarbera swatted the puck down the ice in disgust, then slammed his stick on the ice as he headed to the bench after being pulled. But the Oilers werent done -- and neither was LaBarbera. He returned after 39 seconds, and the Oilers pulled within 3-2 when Ben Eager took a shot from the right circle, and Acton fought off a defender to punch the rebound between Smiths pads. Edmonton tied it with 56 seconds left in the period on a nifty sequence of tic-tac-toe passing, Justin Schultz to Jordan Eberle to Perron just outside the crease. The Oilers kept up the pressure in the third and went up 4-3 midway through when Jones redirected Nugent-Hopkins shot from the point past Smith. Phoenix answered a few minutes later with Yandle sending a shot from near the blue line that LaBarbera had trouble seeing through traffic on a power play. Yandle made the play of the game after that, setting up Ekman-Larssons game-winner by laying out to stop the puck at the blue line. NOTES: This was the first of five games between the Oilers and Coyotes, who became division rivals after the NHLs realignment. ... Phoenix played without D Rustislav Klesla (lower body) and F Lauri Korpikoski (upper body). F Jeff Halpern didnt return after sustaining an upper-body injury in the first period. ... Edmonton F Ryan Smyth missed his third straight game with a groin injury. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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