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Andrew Ference's overtime goal gives Oilers 4-3 victory over Ducks

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    Anaheim Ducks' Mathieu Perreault (22), Teemu Selanne (8) and Patrick Maroon (62) celebrate a goal as Edmonton Oilers' David Perron (57) skates past during second-period NHL hockey game action in Edmonton, Alberta, Friday, March 28, 2014. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jason Franson) (The Associated Press)

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    Edmonton Oilers' Ben Scrivens (30) makes a save against the Anaheim Ducks during second-period NHL hockey game action in Edmonton, Alberta, Friday, March 28, 2014. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jason Franson) (The Associated Press)

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    Anaheim Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller (1) is scored on by the Edmonton Oilers during second-period NHL hockey game action in Edmonton, Alberta, Friday, March 28, 2014. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jason Franson) (The Associated Press)

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    Anaheim Ducks' Stephane Robidas (19) checks Edmonton Oilers' Taylor Hall (4) during second-period NHL hockey game action in Edmonton, Alberta, Friday, March 28, 2014. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jason Franson) (The Associated Press)

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    Anaheim Ducks' Hampus Lindholm (47) and Edmonton Oilers' Martin Marincin (85) battle for the puck as Ducks' Ben Lovejoy (6) pursues during first-period NHL hockey game action in Edmonton, Alberta, Friday, March 28, 2014. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jason Franson) (The Associated Press)

Andrew Ference scored at 3:51 of overtime and Ben Scrivens stopped 48 shots and the Edmonton Oilers pulled off a 4-3 upset of the Anaheim Ducks on Friday.

Ference intercepted the puck at center ice with the teams playing three aside in overtime and unleashed a shot just across the blue line that beat Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller.

Sam Gagner, Jordan Eberle and Oscar Klefbom also scored for the Oilers, who snapped a three-game skid.

Nick Bonino, Patrick Maroon and Mathieu Perreault scored for the Ducks, who had a two-game winning streak come to an end and missed out on an opportunity to move into a tie for first in the Pacific Division with the San Jose Sharks.

The Ducks remain one win short of tying their franchise record of 48 wins in a season, set in 2006-07 when they won the Stanley Cup.