Bruins explode late to take down Oilers

Boston, MA ( – Carl Soderberg scored twice on the power play
during a four-goal third period that lifted the Boston Bruins to a 5-2 win
over the Edmonton Oilers at TD Garden.

The Bruins trailed 2-1 with under nine minutes left before scoring three times
within a span of 2:34 to move ahead, with Soderberg’s back-to-back tallies
following Loui Eriksson’s equalizer that began the barrage.

Milan Lucic tacked on an empty-net goal in the final minute and Dougie
Hamilton registered three assists in Boston’s fourth straight victory and 13th
consecutive triumph over the Oilers, who last defeated the Bruins in October
of 2000.

Soderberg added an assist on Eriksson’s goal to support a 24-save effort from
Tuukka Rask.

Boyd Gordon and Mark Arcobello recorded the goals for Edmonton, losers of four
straight and now 0-4-1 on the road this season. Ben Scrivens stopped 27-of-31
shots in defeat.