NHL: EDMONTON (4-7) at ANAHEIM (4-8) <h3>Horcoff, Oilers hope to end struggles</h3> <div class="pre">Edmonton (4-7-0) at Anaheim (4-7-1) 8:00 pm EDT</div> ANAHEIM, California (Ticker) -- Shawn Horcoff will look to getthe Edmonton Oilers back on track when they visit the AnaheimDucks on Sunday. The Oilers currently reside in the cellar of the NorthwestDivision and have lost seven of their last nine games. They arejust 1-5-0 on the road this season. Horcoff leads the club with four goals and 10 points thisseason. He has not fared to well against the Ducks in hiscareer, tallying three goals in 19 contests. Edmonton will also need an improved performance from goaltenderDwayne Roloson, who stopped 27 of the 31 shots he faced inSaturday night's 4-1 setback to the Los Angeles Kings. The38-year-old has lost three of his last four starts, surrendering15 goals over that stretch. The Oilers may be helped by Jarrett Stoll showing signs that heis returning to form. Stoll tallied on the power play Saturday,ending an 18-game scoring drought. It also marked the club'sfirst power-play goal on the road this season. On the other side of the rink, Dustin Penner makes his return toEdmonton after signing with Anaheim in the offseason. Pennerhas managed just two goals and three assists this season. Penner was a big part of the Ducks' Stanley Cup run last season,notching 29 tallies and 45 points. The third-year pro alsoscored three goals and eight points during the 2007 postseason. Anaheim's title defense is not off to a good start, mainlybecause of a lack of offensive production. The Ducks havemanaged just three goals over their current three-game losingskid. The club's 2.08 goals per game ranks 28th in the NHL. RyanGetzlaf leads the Ducks with 10 points and Corey Perry has ateam-high five goals on the season.