Oilers defeated the Kings and Kane scored two goals to set the game.

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Evander Kane scored two goals and provided an assist, Conor McDavid added a goal and two assists, Tyson Barry scored the first goal in the third period and the Edmonton Oilers avoided elimination in a 4-2 victory. . Los Angeles Kings, Game 6 of the Western Conference Round 1 Series.

Kane has seven goals in the series, including three multi-goal games. The road team has won the series four times.

Cody Ceci added a pair of assists and Mike Smith blocked 30 shots for the Oilers hosting the decisive game in Edmonton on Saturday night.

Sean Durzi and Carl Grundstrom scored for Los Angeles as they were about to finish their first series after beating the New York Rangers in the 2014 Stanley Cup Final. Jonathan Quick made 33 saves.

Barrie gave the Oilers a 3-2 lead at 3:14:50 with a snapshot inside the far post after receiving a pass from Leon Draisaitl. Kane scored a goalless goal with one minute left.

McDavid scored at 1:40 after the start of the game for the third goal of the series. It was the third fastest goal scored by an Edmonton player when he was on the verge of being eliminated.

Kane extended the lead by redirecting Brett Kulak’s shot at 1:50 in the second period. It was his first goal after scoring a hat-trick in Game 3 for the Oilers in an 8-2 win.

Rookie defender Durgie scored his first postseason goal at 13:59 in the second period and started LA with one RBI from the center point.

After receiving a feed from Matt Roy, Grundstrom slaps Smith’s blocker to equalize in the 29th in the third inning.


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