The Edmonton Oilers are falling apart. 

Just when it looked like they had finally turned things around and could make a playoff run, the team looks to have fallen into it's old habits. 

The Oilers are now 2-6-2 in their last 10 games after a 4-1 loss to the New York Rangers last night. 

While they're still holding onto the second Wild Card spot in the Western Conference, they're clearly headed in the wrong direction based on recent play. 

After the game head coach Dave Tippett didn't hold back on his feelings regarding another loss. 

“Our goaltending wasn’t very good, and we didn’t get enough pucks to the net to get back in the game,”

The Rangers took a quick 1-0 lead after goalie Mikko Koskinen turned the puck over to the Rangers early and basically gave them a free goal. 

“It’s a brutal mistake,” the coach said. “What are you going to do? Call it what it is. We’re playing well, and it’s a brutal mistake.”

With their other goalie, Mike Smith, currently injured it looks like Tippett will have to roll with Koskinen whether he likes it or not.