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The Oilers doubled up the Arizona Coyotes 4-2 on Friday night.
GLENDALE, AZ - Darnell Nurse scored two goals to help lead the Oilers to a 4-2 come-from-behind victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Friday night.
Nurse scored the first Oilers goal of the game to cut into a 2-0 Coyotes lead late in the first period and then netted the go-ahead marker in similar fashion early in the third to break a 2-2 deadlock.
Video: EDM@ARI: Nurse fires home his second of the night
"It was good to let the slap shot go a couple of times there," Nurse noted. "It was nice to see us be resilient and come back. It could have been easy for us to say 'here we go again' and that wasn't the case. We continued to make plays and once goals started to go in we continued to play. That was a big step for us."
Only 3:03 into the game, Jakob Chychrun's shot from the point rang off...
HELLOOOO, NURSE! Darnell drilled home two top-shelf slappers including the game-winner as the #Oilers beat the Arizona Coyotes 4-2. Al Montoya made 19 saves on 19 shots for his first victory in orange & blue. Next up, showdown with the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday.
Wish everyone would stop blaming Talbot. How many players does the puck go past before it gets to the goalie. Typical, everyone is a fan again tonight because they won. 😑
Did you Talbot fans watch the game? He let 2 of 3 shots in in the first 5 min. How the F is your team going to win by always getting scored on first. Obviously his confidence is lost. A good coach recognizes these things! The entire 2nd was sloppy and they couldn't even gain zone entry. Good for them to finally win but Vegas will ram the puck down there throte tonight.
Start Montoya tonight . Leave Talbot for 5 or 6 games . If he sucks then think about a new goalie for next year. Dont care how bad the defence is good goalies do not start every game giving up goals
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