EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) -- The Edmonton Oilers have started to turn things around since hitting a season low point in their last meeting with the Nashville Predators.
Jordan Eberle led the way with a goal and an assist in the Oilers' 3-2 victory over the Predators on Sunday.
Magnus Paajarvi and Lennart Petrell also scored for the Oilers, who have captured seven out of eight points since losing 6-0 in Nashville on March 8.
"We had to decide after that game what kind of season this was going to be," Oilers coach Ralph Krueger said.
"Ever since we followed up that loss with a win in Chicago there has been a different swagger in the group. A different belief. I'm pleased it paid off with the two points tonight.
"These are huge points and it is a big step. We had a shot at catching Nashville nine days ago and they beat us 6-0. We had a shot at catching them again tonight and we were able to do it. It's a good time for that to happen."