McDavid and McDavid play matching 4-point games, as Oilers continue to dump Coyotes

Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid and Connor McDavid had two goals and two assists each to help the Edmonton Oilers beat the Arizona Coyotes by 5-3 on Wednesday night.

Draisaitl now has 10 goals from his eight last games and McDavid is back in the scoring column following his 17-game streak of points.

Draisaitl leads all NHL players with 20 goals. His second goal at 13:08 of third period made it 4-1. He also leads the league with 40 goals. McDavid scored 13 goals, while McDavid ranks second with 35.

McDavid’s goal in the 28th second was the decisive one after Travis Boyd, Shayne Gostisbehere and McDavid scored for the Coyotes during the final seven minutes.

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Arizona’s Clayton Keller scored in the fourth minute to take a 1-0 lead. McDavid was able to tie it in the second period with a rebound from his doorstep, 49 seconds into the power play.

Zack Kassian had a goal and two assists as the McDavid-Draisaitl-Kassian line finished with 11 points. Draisaitl scored a league-high 10th goal and two assists, as he enjoyed his league-leading 10th game of at minimum three points.

Draisaitl defeated Scott Wedgewood, a goaltender from the right side. This gave Draisaitl a 2-1 advantage at 10:53 in the second period. It was the second of four consecutive Oilers goals. Wedgewood saved 39 shots.

Mikko KOSkinen stopped 24 shots on behalf of the Oilers, who won their third straight game.

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