And the Edmonton Oilers supplied the answer Saturday afternoon at Rogers Place, turning up the heat in the second half of the third period to run the table on their homestand and extend the longest winning streak in the NHL to five games.

The New Jersey Devils managed to inject a little drama into the proceedings by scoring two quick goals in the third period to take a 3-2 lead with 11 minutes to go, but Tyson Barrie, Evander Kane and Zach Hyman restored order and Connor McDavid added an empty netter to seal the 6-3 decision.

“I think it’s just believing,” said Kane, who notched his 11th and 12th goals in 23 games as an Oiler. “We can score goals, we know that. It’s just about playing a certain way, having the right attitude and staying with that attitude no matter how bounces go in a game.

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