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OTTAWA -- After a very shaky start to the season, Edmonton Oilers goaltender Devan Dubnyk is finding his feet. Heren Nike Air Max 90 PRM Schoenen Zwart . Dubnyk turned aside 35 shots and collected his first win of the season on Saturday as the Oilers downed the Ottawa Senators 3-1 and Edmonton nears the end of a six-game road trip. The win comes after Dubnyks 37-save performance on Thursday was wasted in a 3-2 loss to the New York Islanders. "Its nice to get out there and be myself and just worry about playing goal," Dubnyk said after watching his save percentage balloon over the past two games. "It hasnt been an easy start and it was nice the last two games just to relax and go play hockey and know that I can be ready for these guys." Ryan-Nugent Hopkins scored twice, including once into an empty net, and Jordan Eberle also scored for the Oilers (2-6-1), who halted a five-game losing streak. They wrap up the road trip in Montreal against the Canadiens on Tuesday. Chris Neil had the only goal for the Senators (3-3-2) and Robin Lehner made 18 saves in just his second start of the season. The Senators continue to be one of the most penalized teams in the NHL. On Saturday, Ottawa took seven penalties resulting in six power plays for the Oilers, and although none of them cost the Senators a goal, it is a situation that needs to be corrected. "Penalties are not something were going to forget about," said Ottawa captain Jason Spezza, adding that the Oilers took a lot of penalties (six) themselves. "It was a game where both teams were taking penalties and its not like other games where it was lopsided. Well continue to talk about it until we start to take less penalties." Senators forward Milan Michalek was called for goaltender interference when he ran into Dubnyk and teammate Jared Cowen was given an interference penalty as the play continued down into Ottawas end. The Oilers generated only one good scoring opportunity on the ensuing power play as they looked to build on a 2-0 advantage. After the Senators killed off both penalties they were quickly given a power play of their own as Ladislav Smid was called for hooking, but they too were unable to create anything offensively. "It was good to see how calm the guys were after that," Nugent-Hopkins said. "We didnt get too much momentum off (the power play) and obviously not a goal which would have been huge, but we stuck with it and pulled out the two points. Ottawa got on the scoreboard as Neil was credited with his first goal of the season on a shot that looked more like a missed popup than a hockey play. In a scramble at the side of the Oilers goal Neil batted the puck out of midair and it seemed as though Dubnyk tried to catch the puck as it came down, but instead it landed in behind him and then went in. "We said in between periods that it wasnt going to be a pretty one that went in, and thats a prime example of a dirty goal," Neil said. "You go to the net and you get rewarded and we just didnt do enough of that and their goalie was able to see way too much." Edmonton scored on its first shot of the game after the Senators turned the puck over in the offensive zone. Eberle made a nifty to move to get around Spezza and beat Lehner between the legs just 2:15 into the game. A little more than eight minutes later the Oilers struck again, this time after Lehner made a stop but was unable to control the rebound, which went directly to Nugent-Hopkins and then to the back of the net from a sharp angle. It wasnt all good news for the Oilers though, as they lost Taylor Hall in the second period to a left knee injury. After an innocent looking play just inside the Ottawa blue-line Hall turned and hobbled to the bench and directly to the dressing room and did not return. He left following the game with his knee in a brace but without the use of crutches. His immediate condition was not known Notes: Oilers defenceman Denis Grebeshkov made his season debut after missing the first eight games with a groin injuryaJesse Joensuu, Nick Schultz and Ryan Jones were scratches for the Oilers while Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Joe Corvo were scratches for the SenatorsaThe Oilers had lost 39-man games to injury going into the game, compared with just two for the Senators. Dames Nike Air Max Tailwind 7 Schoenen Groen Zwart .com) - Cincinnati Reds pitcher Mat Latos had an arthroscopic procedure performed on his right elbow last week, the teams official site reported Wednesday. 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The loss was Kamloops fourth straight.Coleman Vollrath made 25 saves for the win while Cole Kehler turned aside 27 shots in defeat.The Royals went 1 for 4 on the power play while the Blazers finished with one goal on five chances.---WHEAT KINGS 6 RAIDERS 3PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Nolan Patrick had a goal and an assist to lead Brandon over the Raiders.Colton Waltz, Eric Roy, Tim McGauley, Duncan Campbell and Reid Duke also scored for the Wheat Kings (21-5-2). It was their fourth win in five games.Jordan Tkatch had a three-point night for Prince Albert (13-14-0) with two goals and an assist. Jayden Hart also chipped in.---WARRIORS 4 BLADES 2MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Dustin Perillat scored once and added an assist to help the Warriors double-up Saskatoon.Jiri Smejkal, Brayden Point and Brett Howden also found the back of the net for Moose Jaw (12-12-3).Nick Zajac and Brett Stovin replied for the Blades (7-18-2).---GIANTS 6 HITMEN 3CALGARY — Matt Bellerive struck twice and added an assist as Vancouver skated past the Hitmen.Jesse Roach, Gage Ramsay, Jackson Houck and Josh Thrower also scored for the Giants (10-18-0) to snap a six-game losing streak.Jake Virtanen had two goals for Calgary (14-11-3), with Radel Fazleev adding the other.---REBELS 6 BRONCOS 2RED DEER, Alta. — Scott Feser had a goal and two assists as the Rebels downed Swift Current.Austin Strand,, Conner Bleackley, Evan Polei, Brooks Maxwell and Wyatt Johnson supplied the rest of the Red Deer (14-10-4) offence. 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