GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Coyotes escaped a loss by less than a tenth of a second, then turned to their go-to guy in the overtime shootout for another win over the Edmonton Oilers.Radim Vrbatas 43rd career shootout goal and another from Oliver Ekman-Larsson helped give the Arizona Coyotes a 3-2 comeback victory over the Pacific Division leaders Oilers on Friday night.Vrbata has the all-time NHL record for shootout goals, passing Detroits Frans Nielsen with Fridays tally.If you do it right theres a high percentage chance that it will work, Vrbata said of his goal, which preceded Ekman-Larssons winner. When it goes to a shootout and youre successful, you get a point that you might need at the end of the season.Ekman-Larsson said he isnt very comfortable in shootouts.I closed my eyes and shot it, he said. I got lucky.Mike Smith made 32 saves to help the Coyotes improve to 20-0-4 in the last 24 meetings with Edmonton. Its a run that goes back to 2011.Smith is 14-1-1 in his career against the Oilers.The three-on-three overtime saw the Oilers go on a power play and fail to score, but Connor McDavids shot beat Smith as time expired. The goal was disallowed on review, however, when officials deemed it did not cross the goal line before time ran out.Thats about as close as Ive ever seen, Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said of McDavids no-goal. We were fortunate to get the extra point. You know your backs against the wall, youve got to leave it all out there and our guys did.McDavid, who lost the puck on his shootout attempt, continued his productive season with a goal for his NHL-leading 28th point of the season. The 19-year-old McDavid, last seasons first overall draft pick, has nine points over those four games, five on goals.Max Domi and Shane Doan scored for Arizona.Adam Larsson also scored for the Oilers.Arizona took a season-high 40 shots and played its sixth one-goal game of the past seven. The Coyotes have three overtime points from that span of games.Cam Talbot finished with a season high 38 saves for Edmonton. The Oilers had won three in a row.The Coyotes peppered Talbot with 20 first-period shots, the most they have had in a period this season. All but one were on net, and one of those finally went in with 2:22 left in the period.They were a lot sharper than we were in the first period and they gained some confidence and momentum off it, Oilers coach Todd McLellan said.We gave up way too many chances, way too many shots on net, McDavid said. (Talbot) was great back there.Domi lifted a shot over Talbot after a faceoff and four passes, 9 seconds after Edmonton had taken a 2-0 lead.Larsson gathered in Oscar Klefboms pass, with teammate Ryan Nugent-Hopkins letting the puck go past him to an open Larsson for the Oilers second goal. McDavid scored just 1:31 into the game on a rush, taking Jesse Puljujarvis pass, skating ahead of defenders and beating Smith 1-on-1 stick-side.The Coyotes were denied a goal after a review in the first period, but tied it at 8:06 of the third period. Doan tipped in Anthony DeAngelos shot after Doan won a face-off and got to the front of the net for the deflection.That goal was also reviewed on replay but stood. Doan is two goals away from 400 for his career and scored his first goal since the season opener last month.Game notes Arizona called up G Justin Peters from Tucson of the AHL on an emergency basis to back up Smith, with Louis Domingue dealing with a lower-body injury. ... The Coyotes wore throwback kachina original uniforms from the late 1990s. ... Oilers F Patrick Maroon drew a two-minute penalty for boarding near the end of the first period when he crunched a bent-over Connor Murphy, prompting a brief scuffle. Murphy left the ice for the locker room but returned to action in the second period. ... Coyotes C Laurent Dauphin left the ice after getting hurt blocking a shot in the third period, but Tippett said Dauphin is OK.UP NEXT: The teams meet again Sunday in Edmonton. Wholesale Nike NHL Jerseys .C. -- Todd Fiddler scored a hat trick, including the overtime goal, as the Prince George Cougars survived an 8-7 win against the Kamloops Blazers in Western Hockey League play Sunday. Cheap Calgary Flames Jerseys . - NASCAR announced a 33-race schedule for the 2014 Nationwide Series with virtually no changes from this years slate. http://www.hockeycheapjerseys.com/anaheim-ducks-jerseys/ . Michell Burger, a woman who lives on an estate next to Pistorius gated community, said she and her husband were awoken by the screams in the pre-dawn hours of Feb. 14 last year, when Pistorius killed Reeva Steenkamp by shooting four times through a door in his bathroom. 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"(The last sharing of duties) was early in my career," said McCallum, who played with the Saskatchewan Roughriders at the time. "So, for me, I didnt really know anything different." Although the 21-year veteran does know the difference now, he is willing to make the sacrifice as the Lions (2-1) try to beat the Eskimos (1-2) for the second time in a week in the conclusion of back-to-back contests. "Its a little bit different," he said of his current situation. "Youre a little bit more in the game when youre doing all three. But anything thats going to be able to help the club, Im willing to do." While injuries sometimes force a team to use two punters in a game, as has been the case with the Toronto Argonauts this season, its rare for a club to use a pair for strategic purposes. Such usage can affect lineup decisions elsewhere and the import and non-import ratio. McCallum handled all of the punting chores in practice during the week, and had not been told that he and ONeill, who handled all three duties in his absence, could alternate on punts. But Lions coach Mike Benevides said both kickers are ready to double up on punts. "(McCallum) got all the work during the week to get prepared," said Benevides after a walk-through Friday at B.C. Place Stadium. "But they know that they could get called in. "Its kind of like a relief pitcher. Ill call in the righty. Ill call in the lefty, depending on what we need in that situation. Depending on field position, you might see a different guy." (Both McCallum and ONeill kick with their right legs.) ONeill, 23, served as McCallums understudy for the past two seasons without seeing any playing time in the regular season or playoffs. Benevides said he wants to see more consistency from ONeill, an Edmonton native, who has had punts blocked due to bad snaps in each of the past two games. ONeills punts have averaged 31.2 yards in the past three games, while McCallum, the CFLs active all-time points leader with 2,733, has a career punting average of 41.5 yards. Punting is just one aspect of a special-teams game that the Lions are determined to improve. B.C. ranks last in the CFL in both average kick-off return yards (12.8) and average punt return yards (4.7) "We have to be a lot more consistent, a lot more explosivve, and were going to have to answer the bell (Saturday) that way," said Benevides.dddddddddddd As a result, veteran Tim Brown, the West Divisions special teams player of the year in 2012, will return to the lineup after sitting out the past two games. Rookie Korey Williams had ousted him from his spot, but struggled and will watch the game from the stands. "(Brown) is going to bring a lot of things to the table (Saturday)," said Benevides. "Tim is a north-south guy. Tim has a good feel for this opponent and this enemy, so I know that he understands where he needs to be." Brown, a constantly smiling, happy-go-lucky type, has been in a different place personally this season. He has struggled to contain his emotions due to the lack of playing time and the death of his mother Mary to cervical cancer in the spring. Never one to complain, and reluctantly talking about his troubles while graciously answering a couple of reporters questions, Brown hopes a strong performance against the Eskimos will help him deal with his sadness. "It definitely a test of my Christian faith," said Brown of his limited playing time. "Its definitely a test of my emotions. They want to get the best of me. Its just a sense of: I want to play." The Eskimos have taken note of B.C.s changes on special teams. Edmonton coach Kavis Reed said he cant recall a game when a team used two punters on purpose. "They have two very capable guys," said Reed. "Were definitely aware of the fact that Paul McCallum will be back on the roster. Hes arguably one of the best directionally and also (for) distance. "Hes very cagey with the ball in his hands. So we have to make sure we account for the ball being kicked. So it will be a challenge for us, and its probably a luxury to have that ability to (deploy two kickers)." Reed said the Edmonton defence must also be wary of Brown, who is in his third season with the Lions. Brown has run three punts back for touchdowns during a CFL career spent exclusively with B.C., but has yet to reach the end zone on a kick-off. The Eskimos field boss said Brown, who doubles as a backup tailback, also poses a threat on regular downs. "Hes a weapon," said Reed. "Hes not only a weapon as a returner, but as an offensive player as well. When the ball is in his hands, good things tend to happen for them." Meanwhile, B.C. slotback Shawn Gore will also return to the B.C. lineup after sitting out last weekends game in Edmonton with a concussion. Gore was injured against Toronto two weeks ago. The forced time off gave him a greater appreciation for the game. "Its hard to watch (on TV)," said Gore. "You dont realize how much you miss it until its gone." Notes: Slotback Fred Stamps and defensive end Marcus Howard will return to Eskimos lineup after missing last weekends game against B.C. with undisclosed injuries. Youth NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NFL Womens Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Cheap Jerseys Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Autographed Jerseys Cheap NFL Black Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Throwback Discount Jerseys Youth NFL Jerseys China Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Throwback Discount NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale ' ' '