Edmonton’s Ryan McLeod and Dylan Holloway celebrate after Holloway scored the tying goal Saturday, helping the Oilers rally for a 4-3 win over the Rangers in New York. Julia Nikhinson/Associated Press

NEW YORK — Leon Draisaitl scored on the power play with just over two minutes to play and the Edmonton Oilers rallied for four third-period goals to shock the New York Rangers 4-3 Saturday.

Jack Campbell made 20 saves, while defenseman Evan Bouchard scored twice and Dylan Holloway got his first NHL goal in the comeback.

Draisaitl’s 12th goal of the season at 17:58 completed the rally by the Oilers, who lost two games in the New York area this week to the Devils and Islanders.

After Rangers forward Alexis Lafreniere took a roughing penalty at 17:34, Draisaitl finished the outburst against goaltender Igor Shesterkin. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Connor McDavid assisted on the winning goal. Ryan McLeod had two assists.

Lafreniere, Chris Krieder and Julien Gauther scored to give the Rangers a 3-0 lead heading into the third. Defenseman Ryan Lindgren had two assists for the Rangers, who fell to 4-3-4 at home.

The Rangers had two apparent goals nullified – one for offsides and another for goaltender’s interference.


HURRICANES 3, FLAMES 2: Brett Pesce’s first goal of the season snapped a third-period tie, and the Carolina Hurricanes ended a five-game winless streak with a victory over visiting Calgary.

Seth Jarvis and Martin Necas also scored for Carolina, which played its last home game until mid-December.

Pesce’s power-play goal came with 11:14 to play. It was his first goal since March.

Antti Raanta made 19 saves in his first action in five games.

Adam Ruzicka and Tyler Toffoli scored for the Flames, who ended a six-game trip with a 2-3-1 record. Dan Vladar, who stopped 30 shots, is winless since his first outing of the season in mid-October.

BLUES 5, PANTHERS 4: Jordan Kyrou scored his second goal of the game at 1:08 of overtime to give the St. Louis a win at Sunrise, Florida.

St. Louis overcame a three-goal deficit in the third period, tying it on Vladimir Tarasenko’s goal with 3:49 left. Brandon Saad and Ryan O’Reilly also scored and Thomas Greiss made 33 saves.

Aaron Ekblad, Radko Gudas and Carter Verhaeghe scored for Florida in the first period, and Anton Lundell connected in the second. Spencer Knight stopped 32 shots.

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