#37 Lennart Petrell, 7  “I have to admit I’m falling in  love with this player. An absolute zero at the offensive end so far,  but his defensive play has been impeccable. Tom Renney seems to have  noticed his PK success as tonight Petrell led all Oiler forwards in  shorthanded ice time with 2:35. I went back specifically to watch those  three kills and Lennart put on a clinic, skating his butt off, playing  perfect position, and making at least five outstanding defensive plays –  two key shot blocks, a terrific stand at the blueline to singlehandedly  prevent Vancouver’s entry into the zone, a deflection of a dangerous  pass right out of the zone, and a play to corral a sky-high puck just  inside his own line, bat it down the ice and then go after it in hot  pursuit as his mates changed behind him, then getting off himself on the  continuation.Petrell’s ice time soared to nearly six minutes in the  third period, including the last minute of play where he delivered yet  another shot block, his fourth of the night. Also landed a couple of  hits and stood up to the physicality of the Canucks all night long.” -   Bruce McCurdy, Edmonton Journal

#37 Lennart Petrell, 7  “I have to admit I’m falling in love with this player. An absolute zero at the offensive end so far, but his defensive play has been impeccable. Tom Renney seems to have noticed his PK success as tonight Petrell led all Oiler forwards in shorthanded ice time with 2:35. I went back specifically to watch those three kills and Lennart put on a clinic, skating his butt off, playing perfect position, and making at least five outstanding defensive plays – two key shot blocks, a terrific stand at the blueline to singlehandedly prevent Vancouver’s entry into the zone, a deflection of a dangerous pass right out of the zone, and a play to corral a sky-high puck just inside his own line, bat it down the ice and then go after it in hot pursuit as his mates changed behind him, then getting off himself on the continuation.Petrell’s ice time soared to nearly six minutes in the third period, including the last minute of play where he delivered yet another shot block, his fourth of the night. Also landed a couple of hits and stood up to the physicality of the Canucks all night long.” -  Bruce McCurdy, Edmonton Journal