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Dec 5, 2012 12:07am
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(Sports Network) – The Edmonton Oilers look for their second straight victory
tonight as they host the Philadelphia Flyers. Cameron Heyward Jersey .  If history is an
indication, it wont be an easy game for the Flyers who last picked up a win in
Edmonton almost 11 years ago. The Oilers snapped a three-game slide with
Tuesdays 6-1 win over the Flames. Sam Gagner and Jordan Eberle had a goal and
two assists each to pace the offense, which accounted for six straight goals
after Calgary tallied the games first marker at 9:12 of the first period.
Taylor Hall and Ryan Smyth added a goal and an assist, while Ales Hemsky and
Eric Belanger also scored for an Oilers club that scored four goals in the
middle frame to snap a nine-game skid to the Flames. “Even though they got the
first goal of the game, I thought we set the tempo right from the very first
shift,” Hall said. Devan Dubnyk made 21 saves in the victory. Edmonton was
without head coach Tom Renney for a fourth straight game due to concussion-like
symptoms stemming from when he was hit in the head by a puck during morning
skate on Feb. 15. The Flyers kicked off a four-game road trip on Tuesday in
Winnipeg and unleashed 55 shots on Jets goaltender Ondrej Pavelec. They needed
each one as they had to rally for a 5-4 overtime victory. Wayne Simmonds tied
the game with 9.7 seconds left in regulation and Jaromir Jagr clinched the extra
point on his goal with 43.6 ticks remaining in overtime. Jagr set a new NHL
record with his 16th career overtime winner. Simmonds, Scott Hartnell and
Claude Giroux all logged a goal and an assist for the Flyers, who avoided a
season sweep by the Jets and won for only the third time in their past nine
games overall. Ilya Bryzgalov made 22 saves. “As far as the attack goes, I
really liked our game and Im really proud that the guys kept coming, and
pumping, and it was one of those gutsy efforts that you look back on and might
have been one of our best and toughest wins of the year,” said Flyers head coach
Peter Laviolette. “You know,