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It was the Zach Hyman show Saturday night.
He got the Oilers first and third goals of the night and was a key part in Edmonton’s 3-2 victory. His first goal, a powerplay tally, came when he took a cross-ice feed from Connor McDavid firing a shot on net.
While it initially looked like it was Leon Draisaitl’s, the shot actually banked in off Jacob Markstrom and in.
Hyman’s game-winner came with over eight minutes left in the third and was nothing short of a beauty. He battled for a puck behind the Flames’ net flipping a quick pass to McDavid. The give-and-go put Hyman right near the blue paint and was able to direct the pass in.
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McDavid, meanwhile, scored one of his own four minutes prior. He carried the puck into the Flames’ zone along the left side of the ice before firing a low-angle shot on net. Somehow, someway, it entered the back of the net.

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Zach Laing is the Nation Network’s news director and senior columnist. He can be followed on Twitter at @zjlaing, or reached by email at [email protected]