Video clip: OILERS Right now | Oilers vs. Flames Post-GameEDMONTON, AB -Connor McDavid scored two ambitions, which include a penalty shot, and Je se Puljujarvi scored his initially inside the NHL as the Oilers beat the Calgary Flames 7-4 while in the opening match of Rogers Place’s inaugural season.The Oilers claimed goodbye to Rexall Position previous time and opened their new arena having a win, launching a different period on the Battle of Alberta rivalry in the proce s. YOUR GAME-DAY ESSENTIALSGAME DAYView Photograph GalleryBox ScoreInfographicLook again for the In-Game BlogPOST-GAME VIDEOWatch HighlightsOILERS Right now | Tom Gazzola wraps up the gameSIGHTS & SOUNDS | Home Opener at Rogers PlacePOST-GAME RAW | Ru sellPOST-GAME RAW | McDavidPOST-GAME RAW | SekeraPOST-GAME RAW | Todd McLellanOTHER SIDE | Flames Post-GameWHAT’S NEXTThe rematch between these two teams is Friday at seven p.m. MT in Calgary. The sport can be seen on Sportsnet 360 and Sportsnet One or heard on 630 CHED and the Oilers Radio Network.POST-GAME UPDATESInside The Oilers Blog”We did a really good job of creating scoring chances and making them count when we got them,” explained Oilers winger Milan Lucic. “I think the shots against and the ambitions against were a little bit higher then what we would have Matt Benning Jersey hoped but when you get the two points, that’s really all that matters and that’s the biggest thing. A lot of good things were done here tonight. Obviously, a lot of things we need to clean up moving forward if we want to continue having succe s.”The very first goal in Oilers Rogers Spot history will forever be known as Patrick Maroon’s tally at 1:10 from the first period. Leon Draisaitl fired a shot from the high slot, which Maroon deflected in off the shaft of his stick. Draisaitl scored the final goal in Rexall Place history, and his set-up helped christen the Oilers new arena.The Flames, out to spoil the party, evened things up at 1:46 of the opening frame. Alex Chia son buried a rebound in front, a sisted by Matt Stajan and Lance Bouma.Tyler Pitlick stole again the lead for Edmonton with snipe at 5:34 on the first. Former Flames defenceman Kris Ru sell went to the ice to block a shot, which was then picked up by Adam Lar son who set up a hard-skating Pitlick on the wing. Pitlick wheeled it up ice and buried his shot past Brian Elliott for the 2-1 advantage https://www.styleoilers.com/edmonton-oilers-jersey/ryan-mcleod-jersey .”I think I was on a line change,” claimed Pitlick. “I was skating again and Lar son bumped the puck up to me and I skated down the wall. Me and (Ka sian) were on a 2-on-1 and I was just thinking ‘shoot the puck’ and don’t try and pa s and give up a scoring chance. I shot it and it went in.”Zack Ka sian made it 3-1, courtesy of a long-distance feed by Oscar Klefbom, which gave him a one-on-one crack at Elliott. Klefbom sauced the puck acro s ice to Klefbom setting up the breakaway. Klefbom made no mistake that has a nice move and backhand bury at 15:12 on the opening period. McDavid recorded the second a sist.McDavid was hit by Deryk Engelland while in the corner, which prompted Lucic to drop the gloves in his very first video game as an Oiler. The big free-agent signing took on Engelland in a scrap, which resulted in a standing ovation by the Edmonton crowd.Video: SIGHTS AND SOUNDS | Home Opener”It’s another one of those things that’s nice to get it over with early on in the season,” reported Lucic. “I fully expected it to be there heading into tonight’s activity. Guys are going to take runs at Connor. He showed tonight why he’s such a special player. It’s not just me, it’s everyone. We have to be team tough. That’s something we can improve on and it’s going to be a part of our identity.”At 6:21 on the second period, Jordan Eberle nearly put Edmonton up by three, but Elliott made a huge stop. McDavid pa sed the puck out in front to Eberle, who snapped a shot on net but Elliott’s glove was waiting for it.Calgary’s Troy Brouwer made it a one-goal sport by beating Cam Talbot glove side on a shorthanded breakaway at 8:26 with the second.Dougie Hamilton shoved McDavid into the net away from the puck, resulting in an interference penalty to Calgary. On the ensuing power play, Edmonton could not get much of anything going and Calgary got another shorthanded tally as a result. Mikael Backlund took the puck to the net and Michael Frolik finished the play at 11:51 in the second tohttps://www.styleoilers.com/edmonton-oilers-jersey/tobias-rieder-jersey tie the sport at 3-3.McDavid responded for the Oilers at 12:17. Andrej Sekera hammered a shot off the back wall and McDavid got a stick on it within the side of the net to pull Edmonton ahead 4-3. Ru sell recorded the second a sist for his second point of the night.The Fight of Alberta continued to boil which has a scrum behind Talbot’s net with six minutes left in the second period. Both Benoit Pouliot of the Oilers and Sam Bennett on the Flames received penalties, making it two minutes of 4-on-4 hockey. With more open ice, McDavid was able to go on a breakaway, on which he drew a hooking call and was awarded a penalty shot.McDavid skated down the ice, slowed inside the slot and used some lightning fast stick moves to defeat Elliott and make it 5-3 at 14:33 in the period. McDavid is the 11th different player in Oilers history to score on a penalty shot, and the initially ever at Rogers Place. Wayne Gretzky, who was in attendance in the sport, scored the initially penalty shot at Rexall Position on January 19, 1993.”I’m actually not very good on penalty shots or breakaways and stuff like that,” stated McDavid. “I actually mi s a lot more than I score. I just tried to mix it up and do something I’d never done before.”McDavid’s two targets inside the middle frame helped give them much-needed cushion heading into the third. He nearly got the hat trick during the early minutes in the final period.McDavid blew past Mark Giordano to drive the net, but was stopped by Elliott. The puck sat in the crease but a driving Eberle couldn’t get to it.The Oilers continued to roll at 9:00 from the third. Puljujarvi sniped his 1st NHL goal to lift Edmonton to a 6-3 lead over their provincial rivals. The Finnish rookie was selected fourth overall in the 2016 NHL Draft.Dennis Wideman cut the Oilers lead to two by burying a one-timer at 11:29 on the third. But Eberle would put home the insurance empty-net tally to close out the seven-goal outing.The Oilers (1-0-0) and Flames (0-1-0) will meet again Friday evening at seven p.m. MT in Calgary.