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Oilers confident they can solve Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky - ESPN

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Florida Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky was impenetrable in their 3-0 Stanley Cup Final Game 1 victory over Edmonton. But the Oilers are confident that they can find ways to beat him.

«He's a good goalie,» Edmonton star Leon Draisaitl said Sunday. «He's going to make some big-time saves. Knowing that is important. With our group we're always going to get our looks. We're always going to get chances. Continue to play loose and just play our game.»

Bobrovsky stopped all 32 shots he faced in Game 1. He held the line in the first period, when the Panthers were outshot 12-4. He made six saves on the penalty kill, where Florida went 3-for-3 against a unit that was converting at over 37% after three rounds of the playoffs. He turned aside three Edmonton breakaways, including a pad stop on Ryan Nugent-Hopkins to preserve the Florida lead.

Edmonton coach Kris Knoblauch wouldn't go as far as to say that Bobrovsky stole Game 1.

«It's fair to say that he played really well, but I think there's just things that we can do that are in our control that we could have made more on our chances,» he said. «He definitely made some big saves, but I think there were some missed opportunities where we just missed the net or didn't get the shot that we wanted.»

Knoblauch said he also doesn't believe the Game 1 shutout will get in his players' heads.

«We have to just put ourselves in a position to get good-quality scoring chances and bear down on those opportunities. And if we're playing well, they'll go our way,» he said. «As good as any goaltender can play against us, we'll get some production.»

One area where the Oilers could improve is in their shot placement. Bobrovsky has given up 38 goals this postseason. Of