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Devils get balanced scoring in 6-3 win over Oilers - Posted By thechampionrings (thechampionrings) on 14th Mar 19 at 9:48am
The New Jersey Devils championship rings snapped out of their slump and put a dent in the Edmonton Oilers' playoff push.

Kenny Agostino, Damon Severson and Kevin Rooney each had a goal and an assist as the Devils beat the Oilers 6-3 Wednesday night to snap a season-high seven-game losing streak.

custom New Jersey Devils championship rings, coming off a 9-4 loss at Calgary the previous night when it gave up six goals in the third period, took control with three goals in the second period against Edmonton.

Travis Zajac, John Quenneville and Blake Coleman also scored for the Devils, and Cory Schneider stopped 36 shots.

"I think it's been well documented how we've struggled on the road this and in back-to-backs, so to get a win ... it was good for us," Schneider said. "We felt pretty bad about the game last night. Every one of us knew that third period was unacceptable."

Sam Gagner, Alex Chiasson and Matt Benning had goals for the Oilers, who have lost two of their last three games. Mikko Koskinen gave up four goals on 18 shots before he was replaced midway through the third. Anthony Stolarz came on and finished with 15 saves on 17 shots stanley cup rings.

Edmonton is now six points back of the Western Conference's second wild card. currently held by Arizona. Minnesota (74 points), Colorado (72), and Chicago (71) sit between the Coyotes (75) and the Edmonton Oilers championship rings for sale (69).

Zajac showed some deft hands in front as he tied the score 2-2 with 19 seconds left in the first period.

The Devils then scored the first three goals of the second to take control of the game.

Severson scored on a power play to give New Jersey the lead for good at 6:23, and Quenneville made it a two-goal advantage on a screened shot with 7:11 remaining in the period. That chased Koskinen.

Rooney beat Stolarz with a wrist shot to make it 5-2 with 3:28 remaining in the middle period.

Benning got the cheap Edmonton Oilers championship rings back within two with 41 seconds to go in the second. Connor McDavid got his 100th point of the season with an assist on the play.

Coleman's short-handed goal with 7:54 remaining in the third made it 6-3.

New Jersey got the scoring started 7:34 into the game when Agostino's rebound bounced up in the air before landing behind Koskinen and trickling into the net championship sports rings.

Gagner tipped Benning's shot past Schneider 2:03 later to tie the score.

The Oilers went ahead on the power play with 5:38 left in the first when Chiasson redirected a McDavid's feed into the net on the doorstep for his career-high 20th of the season. McDavid extended his point streak to 10 games with that assist.