DENVER (AP) The Edmonton Oilers broke the ice with a four-goal second period. As for the shattered glass in the penalty box, it wasn't their fault.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored twice in the decisive second period, Mikko Koskinen stopped 39 shots and the Oilers extended their winning streak to four games with a 6-4 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday night.
"We didn't give them a lot of time to breathe," Nugent-Hopkins said about the middle period. "We were in their face a lot and putting pucks right back into their zone. That was our plan. We wanted to keep them hemmed in."