Brodziak scores twice, leads Oilers past Wings

Kyle Brodziak scored his first two goals of the season, and the visiting Edmonton Oilers ended the Detroit Red Wings’ three-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory on Saturday.Brodziak had not recorded a point this season or scored since March 10 of last season prior to Saturday’s outburst.Drake Caggiula and Alex Chiasson also scored for Edmonton while Connor McDavid and Jujhar Khaira supplied two assists apiece. Mikko Koskinen made 23 saves.Jacob De La Rose, Danny DeKeyser and Tyler Bertuzzi scored for the Red Wings while Gustav Nyquist contributed two assists. Jonathan Bernier stopped 38 shots.The first period ended in a 1-all tie.The Oilers scored just 12 seconds into the game. McDavid beat Wings center Dylan Larkin to the puck behind Detroit’s goal and slid a pass toward the right circle to Caggiula, who fired in his fifth goal this season.De La Rose scored his first goal as a Red Wing when Nyquist backhanded a pass from behind the net that he one-timed past Koskinen. De La Rose was claimed off waivers from Montreal on Oct. 17.The Oilers controlled the second period and came away with a 3-2 advantage.