Edmonton Oilers score stunning OT winner against Anaheim Ducks

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Andrew Ference hit a stunning overtime winner for the Edmonton Oilers as they got an unlikely win over the play-off bound Anaheim Ducks.

A goal from each side in each of the three periods meant that the score was 3-3 at the end of regulation and a great performance from Oilers Goaltender Ben Scrivens kept the bottom side in the Pacific division in the game.

A goal with 1:09 left in overtime made it 4-3 to Edmonton as the long range goal from Ference saw the bottom team triumph over the top team in the Pacific division.

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