The Oilers extended their winning streak to five games with a 5-3 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night in Edmonton. Below are the highlights from the game…

GAME HIGHLIGHTS ARE PRESENTED BY BETWAY


The Oilers came out of the gates flying and opened the scoring six minutes into the game when Ryan McLeod deflected a Vincent Desharnais point shot past Andrei Vasilevskiy…
Things started to get chippy late in the first period when former Oiler Pat Maroon slew-footed Connor McDavid…
Maroon was handed a two-minute minor for hooking and Leon Draisaitl capitalized on the man advantage…
Right off the draw in the second period, Klim Kostin dropped the gloves with Maroon in response to the slew-foot on McDavid…
Shortly after that, the Lightning made the score 2-1. Alex Killorn busted in on a break and Jack Campbell made the stop but the puck made its way back out front for Brandon Hagel who buried the rebound…
The Oilers regained their two-goal lead a couple of minutes later. Warren Foegele stole the puck as Tampa was trying to exit their zone and he fed Zach Hyman out front…
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The Lightning again shrank the Oilers’ lead to one goal later in the second frame. Cody Ceci made a weak breakout pass and the Lightning broke into Edmonton’s zone in transition. Brayden Point found Steven Stamkos at the face-off circle and he wired a one-timer past Campbell…
The Lightning tied the game at 3-3 a few minutes later when another weak outlet pass led to a quick turnaround from Tampa. Victor Hedman feathered a perfect pass from the point to Brayden Point, who had darted around Darnell Nurse and into a prime scoring position…
The Oilers regained the lead early in the second period off of a great rush from Connor McDavid in which he drove around Tampa’s defender and buried his own rebound…
Zach Hyman gave the Oilers some insurance with an empty-net goal with just over two minutes left on the clock…
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The Oilers got a power-play in the final minute of the game and Nick Paul wasn’t happy about having to block an Evan Bouchard clapper…