Evander Kane scored twice and Warren Foegele recorded the winning goal with 5:25 remaining to help lift the Edmonton Oilers to a 7-5 home win over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday.
After Foegele scored to make it 6-5, Kane scored an empty-net goal with 1:09 remaining to seal the win for Edmonton, which has won three in a row.
Detroit has lost six in a row and eight of its last nine.
Edmonton jumped all over Detroit early, scoring three goals in the initial 4:35.
Devin Shore scored with 18:01 remaining in the first, then Connor McDavid made it 2-0 on a goal with 16:49 left. The lead grew to 3-0 with 15:25 remaining on a goal by Zach Hyman.
Detroit got on the board with 11:14 remaining in the first on a goal by Marc Staal, but the Oilers got the goal back when Kailer Yamamoto scored on a power play with 1:23 to go.
The score remained 4-1 until late in the second period, when Detroit cut its deficit to 4-2. Sam Gagner fired a shot from a bad angle to the right side of the goal, and it got past Edmonton goalie Mikko Koskinen with 1:54 remaining.
Detroit then continued its momentum in the third, tying the game at 4-4 on two quick goals.
Filip Zadina scored a power-play goal with 17:42 remaining, then Staal followed that up 34 seconds later with his second score.
Edmonton regained the lead at 5-4 on a goal by Kane with 15:45 remaining, but Detroit tied it again with 13:28 left on a goal by Lucas Raymond.
–Field Level Media