EDMONTON -- The Edmonton Oilers went from hitting rock bottom to making another team feel just as bad in fairly rapid fashion. Abraham Almonte Jersey . Taylor Hall had a goal and two assists as Edmonton snapped a season-high six-game losing skid, exploding for a 6-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Monday night. Jordan Eberle, David Perron, Sam Gagner, Nail Yakupov and Jeff Petry also scored for the Oilers (12-24-3), who were lambasted by their coach and fans after a 6-0 loss to the St. Louis Blues on Saturday, the third time in five games they were shut out. "Overall, it was a way better game than we had against St. Louis," Hall said. "We had a way better start and we seemed to carry that over into the rest of the game. "Thats been our Kryptonite. It seems to be when we get a good start and they get a goal or they tie it up and we kind of get off the rails, but that wasnt the case tonight, we just kept it going." Perron said a convincing win was just what the Oilers needed after they were outscored 24-6 during their losing streak. "Certainly its one that we needed after last game," he said. "We feel what the fans are going through right now and we need them to be behind us and we have to play that way every night." Yakupov said he hopes that the team has learned its lesson and can be stronger coming back from the holiday break. "Its a huge win for us," he said. "I think everyone is excited in the locker-room and in Edmonton. Its a pretty good feeling before Christmas. And after Christmas were going to show more and more wins. We have to show better hockey than weve shown in the past." Mark Stuart and Andrew Ladd responded for the Jets (16-18-5), who have lost two in a row and have gone 3-6-1 in their last 10 games. "Its the same old crap game after game," Ladd said. "Frustrating doesnt begin to describe it. We know what it is, we talk about it all the time. We do the same things over and over. "We need to figure out a way to play consistently, whatever that takes. Im sure that the coaches will spend this time trying to figure that out and as players we have to refresh and make sure we are coming back pissed off and ready to go." Jets head coach Claude Noel was just as frustrated as his players. "We didnt play very intelligent," he said. "We didnt play the right way. We knew this game could get out of hand if we played the way we played. We got pretty much what we deserved playing that way. "This leaves you in a sour position. We will reflect over the break and go from there. There are certain ways you have to play to win games. We know that, but we just arent willing to play like that game in and game out." Winnipeg had a chance to start the scoring seven minutes into the first period as Evander Kane had a partial break after jumping out of the penalty box, but was stopped by Oilers starter Ilya Bryzgalov. Edmonton got on the board a minute and a half later on another power-play opportunity as Ales Hemsky made a long pass through traffic that Eberle deflected past Jets goalie Ondrej Pavalec. Winnipeg tied the game up 11 minutes into the opening frame as Stuart sent a low wrist shot through Bryzgalovs legs from near the face-off dot. The Oilers regained the lead with four minutes remaining when Eberle sent a puck from behind the goal-line to a hard-charging Gagner in front of the net. The Jets made it 2-2 nine minutes into the second period on the power play as Dustin Byfuglien duffed on his point shot and broke his stick, but it got close enough to the net for Ladd to deflect past the Oilers goalie. Edmonton retook the lead with just over three minutes left in the second period on an innocent looking play as Hall sent a seeing-eye-dog pass to the front of the net that Perron batted in on the backhand for his team-leading 15th goal of the season. The Oilers went up 4-2 four-and-a-half minutes into the third as Nail Yakupov got a pass through to a pinching Petry and he beat Pavelec for his first goal in 27 games. Edmonton got an insurance goal on the power play with 11 minutes left as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins made a nice play to swat a clearing attempt out of the air and feed it to Hall at the side of the net for his 14th goal of the year. The Oilers equalled the total of six goals they had scored during their entire losing streak with four minutes left in the third as the Oilers broke out on a two-on-one with Hall unselfishly setting Yakupov up for just the sixth goal of the season for the 2012 first overall draft pick. A melee ensued after that goal and the Oilers ended up with a five-on-three advantage for the remainder of the game, but couldnt add to their goal total. "We were embarrassing ourselves out there," said Stuart of his teams sour mood late in the game. "God, Id hope you would show some emotion out there at that time or you have some real issues. "Write whatever you want and dont take it easy on us because we dont deserve it." Notes: It was the second of three games between the two teams. The Jets beat the Oilers 5-4 on Oct. 1 during Edmontons home-opener at Rexall Placea The Jets were without forwards Matt Halischuk (forearm) and Jim Slater (sports hernia) and defenceman Paul Postma (blood clot)a Out for the Oilers were defenceman Philip Larsen (illness) and forwards Mark Arcobello (rib) and Ryan Jones, who was knocked unconscious during the morning skate on Saturday after colliding with captain Andrew Ference. Ricky Vaughn Jersey .Stanton suffered fractures in his face and other injuries when he was hit by a pitch Sept. 11. The Marlins are confident hell fully recover and be ready for spring training, and they hope to reach a long-term agreement with him. Bob Feller Jersey . Its been two seasons in one for both parties and neither will look back on the first 18 games fondly. "I think I took the fall for a lot of things," said Gay, reflecting on his short time in Toronto ahead of Wednesdays game against his former club. http://www.authenticindiansproshop.com/indians-yan-gomes-jersey/ . Its Wu-Tang and Outkast in the final. Now, we all know youve played the role of Andre 3000 in the past, does that mean Outkast is getting your vote?AJ: You know it, you know it.Buffalo, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Nicolas Deslauriers, Zemgus Girgensons and Chris Stewart scored in the third period to pull Buffalo out of a 3-0 hole and the Sabres snapped a four-game losing streak with a 4-3 shootout win over the New York Islanders on Saturday night. Buffalos goals, highlighted by Girgensons short-handed tally, came in a span of 5:12 in the period. Stewart tied the score with 8:09 remaining. Jhonas Enroth made 33 saves in the win, including 17 after the second period, then stopped two shots in the shootout after the first Islanders skater fired wide. He improved to 5-0 in shootouts this season. The Islanders placed goaltender Jaroslav Halak on injured reserve Saturday with a lower-body injury and recalled Kevin Poulin from the AHLs Bridgeport Sound Tigers to make his first appearance in the NHL this season. Poulin made 17 saves in the first two periods, then allowed three goals on six shots in the third. John Tavares had two goals in the loss and Nick Leddy scored one. Tavares made one too many moves as the last skater in the shootout and Enroth stopped him with his right pad. Final Score: Detroit 3, Ottawa 2 (OT) Ottawa, ON (SportsNetwork.com) - Gustav Nyquist finished off a dominant shift with the game-winning goal late in overtime to lift the Detroit Red Wings to a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday. Nyquist cycled around the offensive with excellent puck protection for 28 seconds and beat Craig Anderson with a wrist shot from the left circle with 48 seconds remaining in the extra session to give Detroit the win. Henrik Zetterberg had a goal and an assist, Justin Abdelkader also scored and Niklas Kronwall supplied two helpers for the Red Wings, who have won two straight on the heels of a six-game losing streak. Jimmy Howard turned aside 31 shots in his return from a groin injury. Mike Hoffman and Clarke MacArthur each scored for the Senators, who have lost three in a row. Anderson made 24 stops in defeat. Final Score: Tampa Bay 2, Carolina 1 Tampa, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Make if 5-for-5 for Ben Bishop against the Hurricanes. Bishop stopped 25 shots and the Tampa Bay Lightning got goals from Nikita Kucherov and Alex Killorn in a 2-1 victory over Carolina on Saturday. Bishop has five wins in as many career starts against Carolina. He took a shutout into the third period until Andrej Sekera lit the lamp on a wrister from just inside the blue line with 5:56 remaining. Cam Ward made 36 saves for the Hurricanes, who lost for the third time in four contests. They lost at Tampa Bay by the same score Dec. 11. Final Score: NY Rangers 3, New Jersey 1 New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Derek Stepan registered his third career hat trick as the red-hot New York Rangers beat the New Jersey Devils 3-1 at Madison Square Garden. Stepan had a short-handed and power-play goal before sealing the Rangers season-high eighth straight victory by scoring into an empty net with 55 seconds left in the game. Henrik Lundqvist stopped 19-of-20 shots in his 600th career game. Cory Schneider made 25 saves and Steve Bernier scored for the Devils, who played their first game since head coach Peter DeBoer was fired on Friday. New Jersey president and general manager Lou Lamoriello announced before Saturdays game that he will go behind the bench with Adam Oates and Scott Stevens. Oates will handle the forwards and Stevens will oversee the defense. The Devils have dropped three straight and eight of nine overall. Final Score: Columbus 6, Boston 2 Columbus, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - Scott Hartnell tallied twice in his return from injury, while Kevin Connauton added a goal and two assists, as Columbus used a strong second period to claim a 6-2 victory over Boston at Nationwide Arena. Nick Foligno, Matt Calvert and Jeremy Morin also lit the lamp for the Blue Jackets, who improved to 9-1-1 in the month of December. Jack Johnson and Brandon Dubinsky each chipped in a pair of helpers to back a 26- save effort from Curtis McElhinney. Patrice Bergeron and Craig Cunningham scored for the Bruins, who had taken three of their last four coming in. Niklas Svedberg and Tuukka Rask both allowed three goals on 15 shots. Final Score: Winnipeg 4, Minnesota 3 (OT) St. Paul, MN (SportsNetwork.com) - After a back-and-forth third period, a fortunate bounce helped Winnipeg top Minnesota 4-3 in overtime on Saturday. Andrew Ladds shot went way over the net, but the puck caromed off the glass into the crease. Minnesota goalie John Curry backed up looking for the puck and knocked it into the net to end the game. The Jets also received goals from Bryan Little, Adam Lowry and Blake Wheeler to win their fourth game out of their last five. Michhael Hutchinson made 22 saves on 25 shots in the victory. Joe Carter Jersey. Curry stopped 19-of-23 shots in goal for Minnesota after Darcy Kuemper was ruled out with an illness. Goals from Mikael Granlund, Jason Pominville and Thomas Vanek were not enough to keep the Wild from losing their fifth straight game. The two teams will conclude the home-and-home set in Winnipeg on Monday. Final Score: Washington 3, Pittsburgh 0 Pittsburgh, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Eric Fehr scored twice and the Washington Capitals blanked the Pittsburgh Penguins, 3-0, on Saturday. Fehr opened the scoring with a goal late in the first period and put the game away with Washingtons third marker midway through the third. Marcus Johansson also scored for the Capitals, winners in four of five. Braden Holtby posted his third shutout of the season and second in the last four games, stopping all 31 shots he faced. Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves for Pittsburgh, which lost its third straight game. Final Score: Dallas 4, St. Louis 3 St. Louis, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - Defensemen Trevor Daley and Jason Demers scored power-play goals in the second period as the Dallas Stars edged the St. Louis Blues 4-3 at Scottrade Center. Travis Moen and Ryan Garbutt both had first-period goals for Dallas, which has won six of its last eight games. Kari Lehtonen made 30 saves in the Stars first victory over a Central Division opponent this season (1-7-3). Vladimir Tarasenko netted his 21st goal of the season for the Blues, who suffered their fourth straight loss. David Backes and Alex Pietrangelo also scored, and Jake Allen stopped 20-of-24 shots. Final Score: Nashville 4, Philadelphia 1 Nashville, TN (SportsNetwork.com) - Pekka Rinne stopped 26 shots and Nashville pumped home three power-play goals to fuel a 4-1 decision over Philadelphia at Bridgestone Arena. Colin Wilson scored twice and Filip Forsberg and Mike Fisher once each for thePredators, who have won six of their last eight. Roman Josi contributed two assists to the winning side. Claude Giroux provided the sole offense for the Flyers, who had won the first three outings on their current eight-game road trip. Ray Emery surrendered three goals on 37 shots in defeat. Final Score: Arizona 2, Anaheim 1 (SO) Glendale, AZ (SportsNetwork.com) - Captains are expected to produce in big situations, but this seemed out of Shane Doans control. Doan broke his stick, but was the only skater to score in a four-round shootout as the Arizona Coyotes beat the Anaheim Ducks 2-1 on Saturday night, knocking off the NHLs top team in a goofy ending. The blade of Doans stick snapped off as he fired a shot at Frederik Andersen, who got a piece of the splintered wood with his shoulder but whiffed on the puck as it trickled -- tamely -- past his left pad and inside the goal post. Final Score: Chicago 5, Colorado 2 Denver, CO (SportsNetwork.com) - Patrick Kane tallied two goals and an assist as the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Colorado Avalanche, 5-2, on Saturday. Brandon Saad, Brent Seabrook and Patrick Sharp all scored and Jonathan Toews supplied two assists for the Blackhawks, who bounced back from a 5-1 loss to Winnipeg on Tuesday. Corey Crawford turned aside 23-of-25 shots. Nathan MacKinnon and Erik Johnson each lit the lamp and Calvin Pickard allowed four goals on 32 shots for the Avalanche, who had a three-game winning streak come to an end. Final Score: Calgary 4, Edmonton 1 Calgary, AB (SportsNetwork.com) - Johnny Gaudreau remained red-hot, scoring twice as the Calgary Flames opened a six-game homestand with a 4-1 win over the lowly Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night. Gaudreaus two goals came after he got his first career hat trick in Calgarys last game, a 4-3 overtime win at Los Angeles on Monday. He has six goals in the last three games. Joe Colborne and Curtis Glencross also scored for the Flames, who have won twice this week on the heels of an eight-game losing streak. Jonas Hiller made 26 saves in the win. The NHL-worst Oilers have lost nine in a row (0-7-2) and 20 of their last 21 (1-14-6). Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored their only goal 4:23 into the third period. 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