08:21 AM ET 01.22 | There's a new sheriff in town, and he likes his shootouts just fine, thank you. Enter Ralph Krueger. During the six day so-called training camp, the new Edmonton Oilers head coach telegraphed that he had a plan to make shootouts a much-more coached part of proceedings than it has been here in the past. ... The Oilers won only 11 of 33 shootouts in [Tom Renney's] two years of picking the shootout shooters. "We see shootouts as a specialty team," said Krueger. "We have a power play. We have penalty killing. And we have penalty shots in the shootout." After the first game, the power play is 25%, the penalty killing is 100% and the shootout is 100%. "This year we're taking the penalty shooting part of the game very seriously," said Krueger.