Oilers defenseman Martin Marincin scored the shootout winner as Edmonton edged the Boston Bruins 4-3 Wednesday night.
Marincin, who celebrated his 23rd birthday Wednesday, was the only player in the 12-round shootout to find the back of the net.
Nail Yakupov and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins gave Edmonton a 2-0 lead in the first.
After Loui Eriksson got the Bruins on the board, Teddy Purcell restored the two-goal lead with his seventh of the season. Purcell also added an assist in the win.
Reilly Smith and David Pastrnak scored third period goals to tie it 3-3 and force overtime.
Dougie Hamilton had two assists in the loss.
Jordan Eberle had two helpers for the Oilers, who lost defenseman Jeff Petry and forward Anton Lander to injuries in the second period.
Boston has picked up just two of a possible six points on its four game road trip and are winless in five (0-3-2). The Bruins conclude the trip Friday in St. Louis.
“We’re not going to stand here and think that we’re doing OK,” said Claude Julien. “We’re underachieving right now and our game’s got to get better.
“I still feel we’ve got the group in there to make it better, so it’s up to us to take charge.”
Tuukka Rask stopped 27 shots in the loss.
Ben Scrivens made 38 saves in his first game back from a thigh injury.