Connor McDavid, right, of the Oilers celebrates a goal with teammate Darnell Nurse.( Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)The Flames fought back within a goal as Tkachuk beat Smith off a feed from Andrew Mangiapane at 4:35 of the 2nd, prior to Lindholm banked the puck off the Oilers netminder's leg and into

the web from behind the objective line at 10:14. The Oilers responded 83 seconds later when Nugent-Hopkins scored thanks to a fantastic pass from Yamamoto.

Jones put Edmonton up 6-3 at 15:58 of the 2nd when his slap shot from the point through traffic found its method into the net.

Tempers flared with 24 seconds left prior to the second intermission when Gagner poked a puck that was under Talbot into the net.

Edmonton's Ryan Nugent-Hopkins takes a shot on Calgary netminder Cam Talbot.(Derek Leung/Getty Images)David Rittich started in net for Calgary, however was pulled 3:18 into the 2nd period after allowing four objectives on 17 shots.

Talbot made 21 conserves in a relief appearance before being ejected from the video game for the secondary battle with Smith. Rittich then went back in net and made 9 more saves. When Yamamoto picked up a rebound and slid a shot past a sprawling Rittich, the Oilers opened the scoring 29 seconds into the game. Simply 36 seconds later on Kassian took a pass from Josh Archibald and lifted a shot into the top-right corner.

The Flames had a fantastic possibility to score a brief time later when Smith ventured behind his web to play the puck, but needed to scramble to get back into position prior to he extended out his adhere to stop Johnny Gaudreau.

A strong surface and an excellent start propelled the Edmonton Oilers to an 8-3 win over the Calgary Flames on Saturday.

The Oilers jumped out to an early 2-0 lead and extended it to 3 before the Flames rallied in the second duration. Edmonton then rattled 4 unanswered goals to earn their very first win over the Flames (27-20-6) in four attempts this season.

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Mike Smith, who invested the last 2 seasons as Rittich's colleague in Calgary, acknowledged that the set have on-going relationship however did confess the Flames netminder took things too far.

"What goes around comes around," stated Smith.

Zack Kassian, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Caleb Jones, Sam Gagner and Gaetan Haas also scored, while Smith made 15 saves to tape the win prior to being ejected from the game with 24 seconds left in the second period for a secondary fight with Flames netminder Cam Talbot.

Buddy Robinson (53)of the Calgary Flames battles Edmonton's Jujhar Khaira.( Derek Leung/Getty Images)Mikko Koskinen played the last 20:24 of the video game in web for the Oilers and stopped all 8 shots he dealt with."They've type of took it to us the last three times we've played them, "included Smith, who signed with the Oilers on July 1 after playing the previous two seasons with the Flames. "I seem like we had not played our best

video game against Calgary yet. Tonight was a lot better."Pal Robinson, Elias Lindholm and Matthew Tkachuk scored for the Flames, while Mark Giordano had two helps.

"We permitted their best gamers to actually feel it this evening and that was the distinction," Giordano stated. "When they're getting opportunities, they're a truly dangerous group and we didn't do a sufficient task of eliminating odd-man hurries and zone time. It seemed like they had a lot of area out there tonight."

Buddy Robinson (53)of the Calgary Flames fights Edmonton's Jujhar Khaira. Edmonton's Ryan Nugent-Hopkins takes a shot on Calgary netminder Cam Talbot. The Oilers opened the scoring 29 seconds into the video game when Yamamoto chose up a rebound and moved a shot past a sprawling Rittich. Zack Kassian of the Edmonton Oilers commemorates a goal. Connor McDavid, right, of the Oilers celebrates an objective with teammate Darnell Nurse.
Edmonton Oilers' Patrick Russell, right, fights with Calgary Flames' Noah Hanifin throughout the third period. (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)

Although the goal was right away waved off, numerous skirmishes broke out including a fight in between Tkachuk and Ethan Bear and another at centre ice in between Smith and Talbot.

"In a game like that, it kinds of sets you off and I reacted appropriately-- probably not the most intelligent reaction on my part, but it is a highly emotional game and my emotions got the very best of me," Talbot said.

Smith didn't like seeing Talbot mix it up with his colleagues so he skated out to the red line.

"Old fashioned hockey right there," Smith said. "Obviously Talbot acts and blends a bit, tosses some blockers. I didn't truly like that. I was simply seeing what was happening there. He required."

The groups were subsequently sent to their respective rooms and the staying 24 seconds were played simply prior to the start of the third period.

The Oilers scored the only two objectives of the 3rd as Gagner snapped a shot that deceived Rittich shortside at 13:16, prior to Haas scored on a penalty shot with 1:57 staying in guideline.

Zack Kassian of the Edmonton Oilers celebrates a goal. (Derek Leung/Getty Images) Robinson pulled Calgary within a goal at 12:42 of the very first when he took a pass from Gaudreau before chipping the puck up and over Smith's ideal pad and into the net. It was his very first goal as a Flame and initially considering that scoring versus the Florida Panthers as a member of the Ottawa Senators on Apr. 17, 2016." It was absolutely an unique minute for myself to score a goal after all this time and have a buddy like [Gaudreau] help on it on a cool play, however it's just something that I'm going to have to just type of put in the memory bank and prepare yourself to return to work tomorrow," Robinson stated.

McDavid restored Edmonton's two-goal lead at 15:33 by snapping a shot from the slot through a screen and over Rittich's blocker.

McDavid included his second of the video game 3:18 into the 2nd. Rittich got a piece of the shot with his best arm, however the puck still got past him.

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