EDMONTON – Oscar Klefbom scored a power-play goal with 2:20 after raising the Edmonton Oilers to win 3-2 against Los Angeles Kings at Rogers Place on Thursday.
Klefbom boots a goal Jonathan Quick with a shoot shot from the point for its second goal that gets a straight game. He scored an overtime to win a 1-0 win against Edmonton Stars by Tuesday.
Jesse Puljujarvi a Alex Chiasson scored for the Oilers (12-11-2), who is 3-1-1 since Ken Hitchcock replaced Todd McLellan as a coach. Mikko Koskinen made 30 saves.
Dustin Brown a Jeff Carter scored for the Kings (9-15-1), who lost for the first time in three games. 31 quickly saves in its first start since October 23, returning from a knee injury requiring surgery.
Puljujarvi scored at 1:21 from the first stage to give a 1-0 leader to Edmonton, turning a quick refund in the past.
Coach challenged Kings Willie Desjardins for interruption on Quick, but the goal was confirmed after a video review.
Chiasson scored on the play power at 9:33 he did 2-0. He collected a refund a Leon Draisaitl shoot and pick up the puck over Quick.
Brown scored at 13:49 to make it 2-1 on traffic by traffic.
Carter 2-2 knocked off 5-to-3 power with 31 seconds after the second. This was the King's first power mark on the way this season.
Tyler Tofoli beat Koskinen for 3:54 of the third time, but the Hitchcock challenge for offside, and the goal was rejected after the video review showed that the puck had left the Oilers zone at 3:46.