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Cam Atkinson scored a pair of goals as the Philadelphia Flyers won 5-3 over the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday night.

Claude Giroux, Nate Thompson and Sean Couturier also scored for the Flyers, and Carter Hart made 34 saves.

Tyson Barrie, Connor McDavid and Zach Hyman scored for the Oilers in their first loss of the season, and Mikko Koskinen made 29 saves.

Philadelphia started scoring seven minutes into the first period as Giroux caught a stray shot from Travis Konecny ​​behind the net and completed his fourth of the season before Koskinen could break his crease.

The Flyers got a gift goal midway through the first period when Koskinen coughed up the puck behind the net, which led to Thompson shoveling it from the goal line.

However, Edmonton recovered the goal 35 seconds later as Barrie beat Hart with a backhand shot from a sharp angle.

The first period ended with a flurry of action, as the Oilers equalized on the power play with 18 seconds left when a McDavid pass was inadvertently deflected by a Flyers defenseman. But with less than a second to go, Philadelphia took a 3-2 lead when Darnell Nurse mishandled the puck and Atkinson hit it in the air.

Edmonton tied it less than a minute into the second period as Hyman scored his fifth goal in the last three games in a scrimmage ahead.

The Flyers regained the lead four minutes into the third quarter as Atkinson scored his sixth of the season ahead of Koskinen. Couturier added an empty rule in the last minute.

NOTES: The last time the two teams met was on October 16, 2019.… goaltender Mike Smith (lower body) was left out for the Oilers, while defenseman Ryan Ellis (undisclosed) and l forward Kevin Hayes (abdomen) were absent with injuries for the Flyers. … Philly forward Patrick Brown has recovered from a fight with COVID-19, but still has not been able to make it to Canada.

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