Jesse Puljujärvi, who did 1 + 1, was in the deciding role when Edmonton knocked down Montreal 4-1.
Montreal was stuck with Eric Staal’s goal in victory until the middle of the final round until the Oilers began their rush.
The number one pole pair Puljujärvi and Connor McDavid first betrayed defender Ethan Bear's 1-1 draw.
The same chain struck less than five minutes before the end when McDavid took the guests to the lead.
In the end, Montreal was submerged by Lake Puljujärvi, who escaped through the race and settled the match with his 3–1 goal in 57.37.
Edmonton struck the last staple blank.
In addition to its powers 1 + 1, Puljujärvi, who recorded a handsome power reading of +3, was chosen as the second star immediately after McDavid (1 + 2).
Puljujärvi, who scored three goals in the previous four matches, raised his season balance to 11 + 7 = 18 (43 matches).
Edmonton has already practically secured its place in the playoffs.
Also, Montreal’s place among the four seems very likely despite the loss.
Hintz in flames again
There is no ambiguity about Dallas Stars ’current number one cannon.
Roope Hintz has had to play through the season with a lower body injury, but whenever the Tampere center has got into the trough, the track has been brilliant.
Hintz, who scored 1 + 1 on Tuesday morning, was again chosen as the best player of the match when Dallas knocked out at home after the Detroit victory goal race 3-2.
In the opening round, Hintz fired the Stars 1-0 lead with a surpass from Miro Heiskanen's pass.
In the second installment, the Finnish duo cheated the sensationalist Jason Robertson's 2–2 level.
Hintz has rotten 3 + 10 in the last six matches.
In total, the points balance of the 32 matches of the season is a wild 14 + 23 = 37.
The victory was the third consecutive one for Dallas.
It has gotten its playoffs at a promising pace, and has risen ahead of Nashville, which is already fourth in the points average.
Nashville is still three points ahead of Dallas in the league table, but has played three more matches.
Florida Panthers – Columbus Blue Jackets 4–2 (1–0, 2–1, 1–1)
Tampa Bay Lightning – Carolina Hurricanes 3–2 and.
(1-0, 1-1, 0-1, 1-0)
Dallas Stars – Detroit Red Wings 3–2 vl.
(1–0, 1–2, 0–0, 1–0) Da: Roope Hintz 1 + 1, Miro Heiskanen 0 + 2
Nashville Predators – Chicago Blackhawks 5–2 (1–1, 2–1, 2–0) N: Mikael Granlund 0 + 2, Erik Haula 0 + 1, Juuse Saros 30/32 ref.
C: Kevin Lankinen 17/22 rep.
Calgary Flames – Ottawa Senators 2–4 (1–1, 0–1, 1–2)
Edmonton Oilers – Montreal Canadiens 4–1 (0–0, 0–1, 4–0) E: Jesse Puljujärvi 1 + 1
Vegas Golden Knights – San Jose Sharks x – x (0–1, 1–1, x – x)