Perry helps Ducks beat Oilers

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Corey Perry scored two power-play goals in a 1:35 span in the third period, and Curtis McElhinney made 34 saves in the Anaheim Ducks' 3-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Friday night.

Perry gave the Oilers the lead on a two-man advantage with 7:30 left when his shot deflected into the air and landed behind goalie Jeff Deslauriers before inching in.

Perry then added his 26th goal of the season, scoring off a scramble in front with 6:55 remaining. Teemu Selanne assisted on both goals.

George Parros scored for Anaheim in the first period, and Gilbert Brule tied it in the second. Marc Pouliot added a power-play goal for Edmonton in the final minute.

Deslauriers made 37 saves for Edmonton. The last-place Oilers were coming off consecutive wins over Detroit, San Jose and Vancouver.

The Ducks were coming off losses in Calgary and Vancouver.

NOTES: The Oilers will begin a four-game trip in St. Louis on Sunday night, while the Ducks will return home to play Dallas on Monday night. ... The Ducks have won the first three games of the four-game season series. ... Ducks scoring leader Ryan Getzlaf missed the game because of a sore left ankle. ... Former Boston University star Nick Bonino made his NHL debut for Anaheim. ... The Oilers signed former Michigan State defenseman Jeff Petry to a two-year NHL entry-level contract.