The Edmonton Oilers sport a young lineup, so it is no surprise that the team would feature two youngsters netting their first NHL goals within two days of one another.
Early in the first period, Edmonton forward Anton Lander worked the right wall in the Avalanche zone. Lander moved up the right boards, then dropped a pass to forward Andrew Miller in the faceoff circle. Miller spotted Marincin moving in from the point and quickly moved the puck to the oncoming defender.
— theScore (@theScore) March 26, 2015
Marincin, a native of Kosice, Slovakia, has played in 34 games for Edmonton after logging 44 NHL games in 2013-14. In his 78 NHL games to date, Marincin has produced his goal along with seven assists and 32 penatly minutes.
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