Alexander Selivanov had four goals and an assist to lead the Edmonton Oilers to their first road win of the season, 6-3, over the Blackhawks last night in Chicago.

Selivanov increased his goal total to 14, tying Pittsburgh's Jaromir Jagr for the NHL lead. It was the first four-goal game of Selivanov's NHL career.

Janne Niinimaa and Todd Marchant also scored for Edmonton, which had been 0-6-2 in eight previous road contests.

Tony Amonte, Michael Nylander and Blair Atcheynum scored for the Blackhawks, who fell to 1-7-3 at the United Center.

After getting Edmonton's first goal midway through the first period, Selivanov scored a pair of power-play goals 2 minutes 15 seconds apart early in the second period to give Edmonton a 5-1 lead.

The power-play goals were the first allowed by the Blackhawks in 10 games. During that span, Chicago killed 31 straight chances.

KINGS 3, COYOTES 2: In Phoenix, Los Angeles goaltender Jamie Storr, making his third consecutive start for the first time since January, stopped 27 shots to remain undefeated.

Rob Blake scored a power-play goal for the Kings, and Craig Johnson and Ziggy Palffy broke away for goals that kept the Kings in the lead the whole game.

Storr (4-0-1) gave up third-period goals to Greg Adams and Rick Tocchet.

The Kings improved to an NHL-best 7-2-2 on the road.

The Coyotes lost for the fourth time in five games.