Is it too late to make a playoff run? Probably, but that's not stopping the Oilers from catching fire at the end of the season.
Edmonton went unbeaten this week, and put up four goals in each of those games. Maybe they're just trying to finish ahead of Toronto in the standings?
This rebound putback by Jordan Eberle will be the highlight of the week, in honor of Edmonton's hot streak:
Here's how the rest of the division fared, including a couple of teams that are right in the middle of the playoff battle.
Anaheim Ducks (49-22-7, 3-1-0 this week)
Stud: The scoring for the Ducks was pretty spread out, so let's go with Frederik Andersen as this week's stud. He was in net for their playoff-clinching win, and in two games, stopped 56 of the 60 shots he faced.
Dud: Corey Perry had four giveaways in a game, and seven total. But he did have a couple points. Not a lot is going wrong for the NHL leaders right now.
Vancouver Canucks (44-27-5, 2-1-1 this week)
Stud: Another big week for Radim Vrbata as he put up four goals and three assists in four games. He also won the only two faceoffs he took.
Dud: Kevin Bieksa had a rough week with the puck, giving it away to the other team seven times, just like Corey Perry.
Calgary Flames (42-28-7, 2-1-1 this week)
Stud: Two goals and four assists for Jiri Hudler on the week. One thing that's surprising with this team: they have the best goal differential of teams in the Pacific (+25).
Dud: I'm just going to leave David Schlemko as the dud since he refuses to score points for the Flames. But hey, it looks like he'll get to play in the playoffs.
Los Angeles Kings (37-25-14, 2-2-0 this week)
Stud: Not a great week for the Kings, but Jake Muzzin still managed to post two goals and an assist.
Dud: Mike Richards had zero points in four games. Just one of a few dark spots as the Kings continue to fight for a playoff spot.
San Jose Sharks (37-30-9, 2-0-1 this week)
Stud: Patrick Marleau had two goals and two assists as the Sharks got the ship righted a little bit. But it's probably too little too late.
Dud: Joe Thornton didn't have any points. He's had a fun season.
Edmonton Oilers (23-40-13, 3-0-0 this week)
Stud: Goaltending. Ben Scrivens stopped 41 of 44 shots in the first game, then Richard Bachman played the next two games. Bachman went out and stopped 58 of the 59 shots he faced to give the Oilers a perfect week.
Dud: Let's put another former Coyote in here with Rob Klinkhammer. It seems everyone managed to get a point on the Oilers except our boy Bobby Klink.
Arizona Coyotes (23-46-8, 2-2-0 this week)
Stud: Hello David Moss. Three goals this week. He had one all year before that.
Dud: In a rare high-scoring week for the Yotes, Andrew Campbell failed to record a point in the three games he played.
Just two weeks left! Hope you'll join us here as we try and get as many Pacific teams into the playoffs as possible!