The NHL's top power play dealt with one of the league's finest penalty-killing systems and triumphed.

Leon Draisaitl scored to move Edmonton's red-hot power play, Mikko Koskinen made 34 conserves and the Oilers beat the Dallas Stars 2-1 Monday night.

That was the only power-play objective in six chances for Edmonton.

"I like the chances of our power play," Oilers coach Dave Tippett said. "Our power play is clicking along respectable, although [the Stars] inconvenience on you."

Edmonton has actually scored on an NHL-leading 31 percent of its power plays, consisting of 10 man-advantage goals in its past 8 games. The Oilers were breaking a Dallas charge kill ranked 3rd in the league going into Monday-- destiny had eliminated 40 directly over their previous 11 house video games dating to Oct. 29.

"To take six charges was not part of the program," Stars interim coach Rick Bowness said. "Our penalty killers did a great job of keeping us in the game."

VIEW "I like the opportunities of our power play," Oilers coach Dave Tippett said. He permitted only Tyler Seguin's goal with 2:37 to play after the Stars had actually pulled goalie Ben Bishop for an extra skater. Draisaitl scored on Edmonton's 2nd power play with a wrist shot from the right circle at 14:13. He took a pass from Alex Chiasson across the crease for Draisaitl's 21st goal this season, 6th on the power play."We were able to get another one on the power play," Chiasson stated.