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Samstag, 5. September 2015, 07:47

American Hockey League play Tuesday.

EDMONTON -- The Edmonton Oilers finally flipped the switch after stumbling at
the start of the NHL season. Jordan Eberle and David Perron scored in the
shootout as the Oilers rallied from a three-goal deficit for a 5-4 victory over
the New Jersey Devils on Monday. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Andrew Ference, Perron and
Taylor Hall all scored in the third period as the Oilers (1-2-0) earned their
first win of the season. The victory helped Edmonton avoid its worst start to a
season since the 1995-96 campaign when it went 0-4 out of the gate. "Its tough
to explain, but Im glad we bounced back the way we did," said Perron. "To lose
the first three would have been a pretty tough way to start the year. I know
everyone was pretty eager to get that first win and now we can look forward to
new things and keep moving." Ference, who was named the 14th captain in Oilers
history, said the team just needed to get over the early-season jitters. "We
just want to win so bad, you see it with teams at the start of the year, if you
cant get in the win column right away," he said. "You cant be out there scared
to lose. There is an element of fear in every person that plays sports, but that
has to be out-weighed by the desire to win and you cant be paralyzed with the
fear of losing." The first win of the season doubled as the first career NHL
victory as a head coach for Dallas Eakins. "If you lose one game, its not
hanging over your head, but I felt that they were feeling the challenge of us
having lost two games and they didnt want to get it to three," said Eakins. "I
just asked them to stay with it and believe in themselves and they did, they
finally got rewarded for their hard work and their patience." Jaromir Jagr,
Damien Brunner, Michael Ryder and Patrik Elias scored for the Devils (0-1-2),
who are just one of five teams in the NHL yet to capture their first victory of
the season. "Its a learning experience for us early in the season and weve got
to be better, said Devils head coach Peter DeBoer. "I dont like leaving points
on the table like that, especially after being up 3-0. "The puck bounced right
for them in the third period, and they capitalized, to their credit. It was a
strange game." Veteran Devils goalie Martin Brodeur said it is a rarity to let a
game get a way like this one did. "We dominated for most of the game and then
took a tough penalty and from there it got a bit chaotic. It was a tough one,"
he said. "Things like what happened tonight dont happen too often. We are a
veteran team and we should be able to play better under that kind of pressure.
They are a good, young team, but we had them exactly where we wanted them." New
Jersey built a 3-0 lead in the first two periods before Nugent-Hopkins, making
his season debut, scored after a mad scramble on a power play in front of
Martin Brodeur in the Devils net. Nugent-Hopkins missed the first two games of
the season as he recovered from shoulder surgery. The goal spoiled Brodeurs
shutout bid. There are only three teams that the veteran goalie has not recorded
a shutout against in his 21-season career -- Edmonton, Nashville and San Jose.
Edmonton made it 3-2 with 9:28 into the third period as Ference scored on a
point shot through traffic. The momentum shifted firmly in Edmontons favour as
Perron plucked the puck out of a face-off in the Devils end and picked the
corner for his first goal as an Oiler. He came to Edmonton in an off-season
trade with St. Louis. After tying the game up 3-3 with eight minutes to play,
the Oilers took their first lead of the contest two minutes later as Ales Hemsky
chipped a puck off the boards to Hall, who was alone in front and slipped the
puck through Brodeurs legs. However, the Devils were able to tie the game 4-4
with just 54 seconds left while shorthanded as Elias threw a puck on net that
banked off Ferences skate and into the net with Brodeur on the bench to send the
game to the eventual shootout. New Jersey scored on the games first shot three
minutes in to the first period as Jagr brought it in himself and button-hooked
into the slot before sending his first of the season past Oilers goalie
Jason LaBarbera. Brunner made it 2-0 for the Devils fives minutes later on the
power play. He faked a shot at the top of the circle and then elected to shoot,
putting it stick-side past LaBarbera. Edmontons best chance in the first came
with a man advantage of its own with two minutes to play when Hemsky had an open
net to shoot the puck into with Brodeur going the other way, but defender
Anton Volchenkov fished it to safety. The Devils surged ahead 3-0 at the 4:34
mark of the second period as a giveaway deep in Oilers territory led to a
two-on-one with Ryder electing to shoot himself, rifling his second of the
season in the top corner. The Devils are right back at it on Tuesday night in
Vancouver against the Canucks in the second game of a five-game trip. The Oilers
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his season debut after having shoulder surgery last Aprila The Devils started
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