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November 26, 2019

Edmonton Oilers forward Leon Draisaitl, right, of Germany, celebrates his goal against the Columbus Blue Jackets with teammate forward Connor McDavid during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, Photo: AP

Believe it: The Edmonton Oilers are for real (Edmonton Sun)

John Klingberg’s three-assist night fuels Stars over Las Vegas, extends win streak to seven games (Dallas Morning News)

Mitch Marner effortlessly got past Mike Babcock’s request, Leafs’ primary focus is on Keefe (Toronto Sun)

Kerfoot suspended two games for hit against Avalanche (Toronto Star)

Isles’ point streak ends at 17 games with shutout loss (New York Newsday)

Capitals interested in playing an NHL regular season game in Russia as soon as next year (Washington Post)

Robin Lehner expounds on shootout difficulties, calls for longer OT in passionate interview (Chicago Sun-Times)

Jake Voracek’s late goal lifts Flyers past Canucks, 2-1 (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Patrick Marleau becomes latest Sharks overtime hero (Times Standard)

Rangers top Wild in OT as Zuccarello returns (New York Newsday)

Korpisalo stands tall in net (Columbus Dispatch)

Carr scores in shootout, leads Predators past Blues 3-2 (The Tennessean)

Former NHLer alleges racist comments by Flames coach Bill Peters (New York Post)

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