Jay Woodcroft takes a sneaky jab at the officials following the Kings' Game 2 victory.

Jay Woodcroft, head coach of the Edmonton Oilers, used his morning press conference before Friday night's Stanley Cup playoff

game against the Los Angeles Kings to send a not-so-subtle message to the officials who will be calling the game.

The Oilers have the greatest power play in the NHL, and Woodcroft would like to see the officials

give his club the opportunity to showcase that power play.In the second game of the series, a 4-2 Oilers victory,

the Kings were called for one minor penalty. Leon Draisaitl scored on the Oilers' sole power play opportunity in the first period, 

with assists from Connor McDavid and Evan Bouchard.As the two clubs prepare to play Game 3 in Los Angeles, the first-round series is deadlocked 1-1.

The Kings have scored two-goal comebacks in both games, and after winning Game 1 of the series 4-3 in overtime, the Oilers have knotted the series with a win in Game 2.

The Kings hope to set the pace when they return home rather than being forced to play catch-up. In both games of the series, the Oilers have jumped out to 2-0 leads.