Sam Gagner was still having trouble Friday believing his name is in the Edmonton Oilers record book alongside the likes of Wayne Gretzky and Paul Coffey.
Gagner moved himself into such lofty company after registering a club record-tying eight points in Edmonton's 8-4 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday.
''You can't really recreate a memory like that,'' Gagner said after the Oilers' skate Friday morning. ''I'm not sure if it's even sunk in fully yet.
''Once the summer hits, it might. For myself, I'm trying to stay even-keeled as much as I can. It's hard but we have games coming up. It seems like we play every other day. I've got to find a way to just kind of relax and get some sleep and get ready for the next one.''
Gagner had four goals and four assists to become just the 11th player in NHL history to register eight points in one game. Gretzky did it twice, against New Jersey in 1983 and Minnesota in 1984, while Coffey did so against Detroit in 1986.
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