After falling in a disappointing 5-0 defeat Friday night against the St. Louis Blues, the Oilers were looking to establish a solid offensive game in the team's search for a rebound result. Although the Oilers got things rolling early courtesy of an Ales Hemsky
goal at 1:05 of the opening period, Boston would take over from that point and impose their will on the emotionally stubborn hometown club.
The Bruins would score twice in the first period, before netting a third in the waning moments of the second. Gilbert Brule looked to get his club back in contention with an early third period marker, but the hill was too steep to climb and Edmonton suffered its second consecutive defeat in a 3-2 loss to Boston.Devan Dubnyk
again started in goal for the Oilers, this time embarking a much more successful outing despite the loss, making 37 saves on the 40 Bruins shots he faced.
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