Taylor Hall sets Oilers record with two goals in eight seconds
Taylor Hall has bumped Wayne Gretzky out of the Oilers record book, on one mark at least. Hall scored two goals in eight seconds, besting the Great One by a second.
Wayne Gretzky has a number of records in Oilers franchise history. He has one less after Thursday night.
Taylor Hall, the No. 1 overall pick by the Oilers in the 2010 draft, scored two goals in a span of eight seconds on Thursday night against the Islanders, surpassing Gretzky's franchise record. The Great one needed nine seconds to score two goals for the Oilers. Slacker.
The Oilers will take all the good vibes they can get at the moment, starting the season with a 1-5-1 record, the worst mark thus far in the Western Conference.
For Hall they were goals two and three on the young season.
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