Undisciplined Oilers lose to the Coyotes.

Oilers' power play was good.

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The Oilers power play was clicking last night, but it was not enough to beat the Arizona Coyotes.

Edmonton has now lost 10 of their last 13 games. Oilers' players gave one too many opportunity to the Coyotes on the power play during overtime and only manage to save a point from a game they might have deserved a different fate.

Jordan Eberle lead the way with 3 assists while Justin Schultz, Benoit Pouliot and Leon Draisaitl scored for the Oilers.

Eberle was particularly frustrated the see his team losing despite a respectable effort:

"It's just tough to swallow because when you think we play well and the result is obviously not what you want, it's frustrating,"

Head coach Todd McLellan was ticked off by his penalty killers' work:

"We finally got the power play going and the penalty kill disappears,"

Anders Nilsson wasn't on his best behaviour posting a poor .871 save percentage.

Max Domi scored his first NHL career hat-trick.