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NHL: Oilers Score Come-From-Behind Win Over Red Wings

The Edmonton Oilers came from behind to beat the top-seeded Detroit Red Wings, 4-2, and tie their first-round National (ice) Hockey League playoff series at one game each.

Brad Winchester and Fernando Pisani scored less than a minute apart late in the second period Sunday to seal the victory for visiting Edmonton.

The San Jose Sharks dominated the host Nashville Predators, 3-0. Jonathan Cheechoo had a goal and two assists to even the first-round series at a victory each.

The Tampa Bay Lightning edged the Senators, 4-3, in Ottawa behind two goals by Martin St. Louis. The best-of-seven series is tied after two games.

The Anaheim Mighty Ducks also evened their playoff series against the Flames with a 4-3 win in Calgary.

The other four NHL playoff series resume Monday.

Some information for this report was provided by AP.