Edmonton contributed to its lead 12 minutes into the opening frame as Archibald rerouted a shot-pass from Ethan Bear into the internet for his 2nd objective of the season.

Montreal responded a couple minutes later on with a shorthanded objective as Petry wired a shot that went off the glove of Oilers starter Mikko Koskinen and in.

Leon Draisaitl, Josh Archibald and Connor McDavid each had an objective and an assist as the Edmonton Oilers snapped a two-game losing skid with a big 4-3 success over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday.

Riley Sheahan also scored for the Oilers (20-15-4) who have simply 2 wins in their last eight video games.

Jeff Petry, Phillip Danault and Max Domi responded for the Canadiens (17-13-6) who had a two-game winning streak ended.

The Oilers blazed to an early lead with an objective 90 seconds into the very first period as McDavid fed the puck across to Draisaitl on a two-on-one, and he beat Montreal goalie Carey Price for his 22nd objective of the season, however simply his first even-strength tally in 17 video games.