Dubnyk leads Oilers past Sharks, 5-1

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Devan Dubnyk made 27 saves for his second straight victory, and Dustin Penner and Shawn Horcoff each had a goal and an assist in the Edmonton Oilers' 5-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night.

Robert Nilsson, Fernando Pisani and Aaron Johnson also scored for Edmonton.

Ryane Clowe spoiled Dubnyk's shutout bid, scoring with 3:02 left. San Jose, coming off road losses at Vancouver and Calgary, is 0-5-1 in its last six games.

On Friday night, Dubnyk beat Detrout in a shootout for his first victory in 14 NHL appearances. He's 2-8-2 overall in his first NHL season.

San Jose had most of the early pressure, including Joe Pavelski's shot that hit the crossbar behind Dubnyk, but Edmonton that struck first, 11:10 into the first period.

Nilsson poked the puck away from Joe Thornton and went in alone, making a nice move on Evgeni Nabokov to score his 10th goal of the season.

Edmonton made it a two-goal game just over a minute later when the rebound from Ryan Potulny's shot caromed off of a defender to Penner on the doorstep and he was able to slam it home for his 100th NHL goal.

San Jose had a terrific opportunity to cut into the lead with 2 minutes left when Dany Heatley had a clear lane to the net, but couldn't slide the puck under a scrambling Dubnyk.

The Oilers went up 3-0 midway through the second period. Horcoff spotted Tom Gilbert in the slot, and while Nabokov was able to make a glove save on that shot, Pisani was in tight to lift home the rebound.

The Oilers put the game away with 7 minutes left in the third when Ethan Moreau made a great pass through the crease to Horcoff at the other post to make it 4-0.

Edmonton made it a five-goal rout with 5 minutes left when Johnson scored on a shot from the point while the teams were playing four-aside.

NOTES: Gilbert got his 100th career NHL point with a second period assist. ... Sharks defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic returned to the lineup after missing the last 17 games because of a lower-body injury.