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The NHL announces a change on an Oilers goal and it's historic


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Elias Edmonson
May 21, 2024  (12:19)
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The NHL has just announced a change on the second goal by the Edmonton Oilers, scored against the Vancouver Canucks last night, and it's historic.

During the famous game number 7 last night, forward Zach Hyman finally made NHL history, and that of his organization.
Indeed, the league has just announced a significant change, and the Oilers' second goal has finally been credited to Hyman!

Zach Hyman makes Oilers history, behind a certain Wayne Gretzky

It's huge for him!
«The 2nd Edmonton goal is now attributed to Zach Hyman.

Most goals in the first 40 playoff games of a career with the Oilers:

Wayne Gretzky 30

Zach Hyman 25

Craig Simpson 24»

- Via Sportsnet Stats

This could also have an impact for some poolers.
Here's the video in question:
Congratulations to Zach Hyman, who continues to prove his detractors wrong. What a signing and acquisition he has been for Connor McDavid's team!
The Edmonton Oilers will now meet the Dallas Stars in the Western Conference final and the Stanley Cup semifinals.
Hyman, 31 years old, amassed 77 points in 80 games this season, including 54 goals. In the playoffs, he has scored 11 goals in 12 games. (13 points) Solid!
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