• Scrivens saves all 59 as Oilers blank Sharks

    Summary of 10 articles · Updated Jan 30, 2014
    Ben Scrivens made 59 saves in a spectacular performance that helped the Edmonton Oilers beat the San Jose Sharks 3-0 Wednesday night. Scrivens stopped all 59 shots he faced to backstop the Oilers to a 3-0 win over the San Jose Sharks. The 59 shots tied the mark for the most ever given up by Edmonton and Scrivens' 59 saves were a team record. Scrivens stopped 20 shots in the first, 22 in the second and 17 in the third. To what does Scrivens attribute his legendary performance, then? There's no arguing with history. He played extraordinarily. He put on an absolute goaltending clinic, and thank God, because the Oilers put on an Oilers clinic, in the sense that they were as bad as they usually are. Beyond the 59 shots on goal, they attempted another 41, with 19 missing the net and 22 blocked.
    • Ben Scrivens Stops History

      Hockey fans, if there's anything resembling sympathy to be found in that cold, unpliable puck you call a heart, you may want to send a little Ben Scrivens's way. Edmonton isn't always going to give up 100 shot attempts, and the newest Oiler isn't always…
      Source: deadspin.com
    • NHL Three Stars: Ben Scrivens, Shark repellent; Infinite Saadness in Vancouver

      No. 1 Star: Ben Scrivens, Edmonton Oilers No. 2 Star: Ben Scrivens, Edmonton Oilers No. 3 Star: Ben Scrivens, Edmonton Oilers Scrivens was extraordinary for the Oilers in their 3-0 win over the San Jose Sharks. He put on an absolute goaltending clinic, …
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Ben Scrivens makes history with 59-save shutout versus Sharks

      They will write tales of the goaltending performance Ben Scrivens treated Edmonton fans to on Wednesday night. In fact, that might have been what the Oilers were busy doing all evening while their netminder was out there trying to keep them in the game,…
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