Originally posted on ProHockeyTalk:

With just two wins in their last nine games, the Edmonton Oilers (6-6-3) need to turn things around soon if they want to accomplish what forward Taylor Hall calls their “ultimate goal,” which is to make the playoffs.

“It’s now, kind or, or never,” Hall said Thursday morning ahead of tonight’s home game against Minnesota, per the Edmonton Journal.

“If we don’t start winning games now, we’re going to put ourselves in a really hard spot come the end of the year.”

Hall thinks making the postseason is a realistic goal for the Oilers.

“I think everyone in this room realizes that we can make the playoffs,” he said. “It’s not like in the past years where we had to play out of our minds. This is a group that can do it.”

Edmonton hasn’t qualified for the postseason since it went all the way to the Stanley Cup…

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