It took Connor McDavid's shootout winner in the first round of the skills competition to decide the outcome. Despite experiencing his fair share of hooks and holds, the Oilers Captain extended his point streak to 11 games with an assist on Neal's opening power-play tally.
In goal, Mikko Koskinen was a force with 26 stops on the night. The goaltender kept the game within reach when he robbed Michael Grabner in the third period with a huge pad save then kept everything out when Nick Schmaltz, Conor Garland and Vinnie Hinostroza barrelled down in the shootout.
Koskinen improved his record to 9-1-2 on the campaign with the win.
The Oilers are now 3-1-0 on their road trip and just two points back of the League-leading Washington Capitals, who have 37 points.
"Our team is growing," Chiasson, putting the Oilers 16-7-3 record and first-place divisional standing into perspective, said.
"Guys are just grabbing it and going and playing, which is what you need. We're gaining experience through that."
Edmonton's five-game trip concludes Wednesday against the Colorado Avalanche.