The Edmonton Oilers capped off their four-game road trip with a huge 4-3 victory in Vegas over the Golden Knights on Saturday night. Below are the highlights from the game…

GAME HIGHLIGHTS ARE PRESENTED BY BETWAY


The Oilers came out of the gates fast and opened the scoring under one minute into the game. Tyson Barrie fired a pass up the neutral zone and Mattias Janmark split Vegas’ defenders and sniped a shot up on Logan Thompson’s glove side…
The Oilers kept their foot on the gas and buried another goal shortly after to make the score 2-0. Leon Draisaitl intercepted a Vegas breakout pass at their blueline and fed the puck to Connor McDavid. His shot was stopped, but Draisaitl pushed the rebound past Thompson…
With just over one minute to go in the first period, the Golden Knights cut Edmonton’s lead in half, as Keegan Kolesar found the puck in a scramble in front of Jack Campbell and slid it into the net…
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The Oilers regained their two-goal lead in the second period. Leon Draisaitl picked up the puck on a turnover at Edmonton’s blueline and went in on a two-on-one with Darnell Nurse. Draisaitl kept the puck and made no mistake, sniping a shot blocker side on Thompson…
The Golden Knights battled back to make the score 3-2 later in the second frame. This time, it was Paul Cotter shoving in a rebound off of a Byron Froese shot that had hit the crossbar…
It didn’t take the Oilers long to respond, as Klim Kostin buried his ninth goal of the season just 18 seconds after Cotter’s goal. Kostin and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins went in on a two-on-one and, much like Draisaitl a few minutes earlier, Kostin wired a shot blocker side…
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With under one minute to go in the second period, the Golden Knights again brought themselves to within one goal. Jonathan Marchessault fed a pass to William Karlsson who one-timed a shot from the top of the faceoff circle past Campbell…
The Oilers were able to slam the door in the third period and complete the 4-3 win. Jack Campbell stopped 27 of 30 shots en route to his third consecutive victory.