The Edmonton Oilers scored a pair of late goals - one near the end of the second period and one near the end of the third - to dispose of the Calgary Flames by a score of 2-1 on Saturday night.
The Flames struck first 8:17 into the second period as Rene Bourque scored to put the visitors up by a goal. The game would stay 1-0 until 7.8 seconds remained in the middle frame. At that time, Ryan Jones
beat Lee Stempniak in a foot race for the puck and broke in alone on Flames netminder Leland Irving. He went from the forehand to the backhand before slipping the puck through the five hole to tie the game at 1-1.
added the game-winning goal with 1:17 to play in the third. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
picked up the puck on the side boards and spun into the high slot. His shot was tipped on its way to the net but Taylor Hall
was in front to whack at the rolling puck as it got past Flames netminder Leland Irving.
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