EDMONTON - The Edmonton Oilers havent had enough wins this year to complain about the manner is which they get one.David Perron scored the shootout winner as the Oilers snapped a nine-game losing streak, their second-longest losing skid of the season, with a 3-2 victory over the defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday.The Oilers led 2-0 heading into the third — on goals from Matt Hendricks and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins — before allowing the Kings to claw their way back and send the game to overtime and the eventual shootout.While Nugent-Hopkins said it wasnt great to see another team come back on them, getting a win in extra time after going 0-7 previously this season is a nice feeling.We can still do a much better job pushing back when a team comes at us hard like that, but at the same time, it was a big game for our morale, he said. It was great to finally go to a game that goes to extra time this season and come away with the two points.The Oilers (8-22-7), won for just the second time in their last 22 games. It was also the second win of the season for Edmonton against a Western Conference opponent, upping its record to 2-18-6 in that category.Newcomer Derek Roy, who was picked up in a trade with Nashville on Monday, said he could tell the Oilers were a team in desperate need of something going right.Getting a win is the main thing right now, he said. We just need to build on it. This should give us some confidence to make plays late in games. We cant allow ourselves to be under siege like we were in the third period. The more experience that we get knowing how to win, the better we are going to get.The victory represented the first NHL win for Edmontons interim head coach Todd Nelson.It does feel really good. Im not sure it has sunk in yet, Nelson said. It is more or less a relief. Its a relief for everyone to get this win under our belts and now we can build the result.Drew Doughty and Jake Muzzin responded for the Kings (18-12-8), who lost their second game in as many nights and fifth straight on the road.This one is disappointing, just like the last one (a 2-1 loss in Calgary), Muzzin said. We have to come out hungrier, more desperate, harder. I dont think were coming out with the right attitude that we need to win hockey games right now.We shouldnt be in that situation where we need goals late, we have to get our goals early.Edmonton kicked off the scoring four-and-a-half minutes into the opening period as Roy made an impact in his first game with the Oilers, making a heads-up feed to Hendricks, who blasted a shot from the slot glove-side past Kings starting goalie Jonathan Quick.Roy left the game soon afterwards when his ankle was cut by a skate and he missed the remainder of the first period before returning to start the second.Edmonton made it 2-0 just prior to the midway point of the second period after some strong forechecking in the Kings zone. Nugent-Hopkins made a kick pass to Taylor Hall and followed up on the play to get the puck back and score his 11th of the season.Oilers goalie Ben Scrivens upheld the two-goal lead with three minutes left in the second on a huge glove save on a point blast from Alec Martinez.The Kings outshot the Oilers 22-16 through 40 minutes.Los Angeles broke Scrivens shutout bid midway through the third, although it took a while to determine. Doughtys rocket from the point was originally thought to have hit the cross bar and the game continued on for another 34 seconds before a stoppage in play allowed a video review, which determined the puck had gone off the camera inside the net.Kings head coach Darryl Sutter said he had a feeling that it would end up being a goal.Drew said it was, he said. Carter said something about the sound of it, he said it didnt sound right. We knew they were going to review it and at the first whistle we knew the league was going to call back.The Kings tied the game with Oiler Justin Schultz in the box for a high-sticking call as Marian Gaborik swung behind the net during a scramble and fed the puck in front to Muzzin, who scored on the short side with just 2:25 remaining in the third.L.A. outshot Edmonton 15-1 in the third period.Scrivens made 39 saves in the victory while Quick stopped 21 shots in defeat.There was an unusual situation in the shootout as the Kings complained about Scrivens having orange tape on the end of his stick and the official went out and taped over it with white.Notes: It was the second of five meetings this season between the two teams. The Kings defeated the Oilers 6-1 on Oct. 14 at Staples Center. 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. The Tournament of Champions, which starts Friday, is his first event since a freak accident in Shanghai two months ago. Snedeker was on a Segway scooter during a corporate outing at Sheshan International when he took a tumble and injured his left knee.Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Make it 13 in a row for Navy. And the momentum in the 115th edition of the Army-Navy Game shifted with a last-second timeout. Keenan Reynolds ran for 100 yards and a touchdown and threw for another as the Midshipmen defeated the Cadets 17-10 on Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium. Up 7-0 during the latter stages of the second quarter, Army was faced with a 4th-and-1 at the Navy 30. Cadets quarterback Angel Santiago kept the ball on a quarterback sneak and appeared to pick up a first down, but Midshipmen coach Ken Niumatalolo signaled for a timeout right before the ball was snapped and the play was whistled dead. After the stoppage, Santiago had trouble with the exchange and was stopped shy of the marker on another sneak attempt. The Midshipmen (7-5), whose offense failed to move the chains on each of their first three possessions, found the end zone on their ensuing touch when Reynolds rolled right and found Jamir Tillman for a 9-yard touchdown in the front part of the end zone to tie the score. Navy carried that momentum into the second half, where it pulled away. Reynolds was 6-of-8 for 77 yards and picked up his 100 yards on the ground on 26 carries for the Midshipmen, who will face San Diego State in 10 days in the Poinsettia Bowl. Chris Swain posted 47 yards on nine totes and Noah Copeland added 30 on 12 rushes in the triumph. Navy, which has outscored Army 417-142 during the winning streak, ran for 205 yards as a team. Larry Dixon ran the ball 14 times for 90 yards to lead the Cadets (4-8), who havent beaten the Midshipmen since Dec. 1, 2001 when they recorded a 26-17 victory. Navy held a 17-7 advantage with 3:47 remaining before Reynolds fumbled an exchange and Joe Drummond pounced on the ball for Army. The miscue led to a 52-yard Daniel Grochowski field goal, making it a one- score game, but the ensuing onside kick with 1:51 to play was recovered by the Midshipmen. The Cadets opened the scoring following Navys initial offensive sequence when Josh Jenkins blocked a punt and Xavvier Moss returned it for a touchdown.dddddddddddd Navy was unable to sustain a drive until the early stages of the second. It moved the chains for the first time following a 10-yard Reynolds run on a 3rd- and-2.The Midshipmen went on to pick up two more first downs prior to punting. Larry Dixon broke several tackles on a 3rd-and-6 sprint draw play for an 8- yard pickup and Joe Walker gained 18 along the left sideline off an option pitch to take the ball to the Navy 39. The failed Santiago sneak came four snaps later. The Midshipmen capitalized quickly on the turnover on downs when Reynolds fired a 39-yard strike to Jamir Tillman over the middle on a post pattern. The game-tying score came five plays later, knotting the score at 7-7. Ryan Williams-Jenkins returned the second-half kickoff 41 yards to midfield. Andrew King sacked Reynolds for a 6-yard loss on a 3rd-and-8 at the Army 22 to push a field-goal attempt further back, but Austin Grebe made it anyway, connecting from 45 yards out to give Navy the lead. Grochowski hooked a 49-yard field goal wide left on Armys next touch and Navy went up by double figures with an elongated 15-play trek. Reynolds picked up a pair of 3rd-and-shorts with 4-yard runs sandwiched around Copelands 4-yard carry to convert a 3rd-and-3 and Reynolds capped the 69-yard march with a 1-yd quarterback sneak for a 17-7 margin. Paul Quessenberry forced an A.J. Schurr fumble on Armys next drive and Will Anthony pounced on the loose ball to give the ball back to the Midshipmen midway through the fourth. Game Notes Three of the last four meetings between the teams have been decided by a touchdown or fewer, although Navy tallied a 34-7 victory a year ago ... Niumatalolo became Navys all-time winningest coach with the victory, passing George Welsh. Niumatalolo is also the first Midshipmen coach to win his first seven games against Army ... Navy wound up picking up 16 first downs, outgained Army 282-235, and was 9-of-15 on third down. ' ' '