EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) -- Leon Draisaitl and Taylor Hall each had a goal and two assists and the Edmonton Oilers beat the New Jersey Devils 5-1 on Friday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Oscar Klefbom, Jordan Eberle and Mark Letestu also scored and the Oilers won for just the second time in seven outings. Anders Nilsson made 19 saves.
The Devils lost their second in a row. Kyle Palmieri had their lone goal.
Edmonton started the scoring 7 minutes into the opening period when Hall made a terrific feed in front and Draisaitl was able to deflect the puck at full speed past goalie Keith Kinkaid. It was the seventh goal and 15th point in 10 games for the German-born forward. He also has 17 assists.
The Devils tied the game on the power play 6 minutes into the second period when Palmieri walked in and picked the top corner on Nilsson.
Edmonton got that goal back a minute later. Teddy Purcell spotted Klefbom creeping in from the point and the Oilers defenseman was able to send the feed into a wide-open net.
The Oilers made it 3-1 early in the third on the power play. Eberle was allowed to take several whacks at the puck from the side of the net before banking it in off the skate of Devils forward Lee Stempniak.
With 7 minutes left, Letestu picked off a pass and sent a shot that went off Kinkaid's glove and in.
The Devils pulled their goalie with more than 3 minutes remaining, and Hall scored on the empty net with an assist by Draisaitl.
Notes: The Devils return to the ice on Sunday, finishing off a three-game Western Canadian swing in Vancouver. The Oilers kick off a five-game trip in Washington on Monday. ... Out of the lineup for the Oilers were Connor McDavid (collarbone), Justin Schultz (back), Rob Klinkhammer (leg), Luke Gazdic (illness) and Andrej Sekera (illness). ... Missing with injuries for New Jersey were Tuomo Ruutu (foot) and Patrik Elias (knee). ... Backup goalie Kinkaid made his fourth start of the season in place of Cory Schneider.