TORONTO -- Dave Bolland scored in overtime to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a dramatic 6-5 comeback win over the Edmonton Oilers at Air Canada Centre on Saturday.
The Leafs tied the game with 30 seconds left in the third period. Bolland scored his third goal of the season at 2:09 overtime at the end of a three-on-one breakout.
James Van Riemsdyk and Joffrey Lupul each scored twice for the Maple Leafs (5-1) with Nazem Kadri adding one goal.
Ryan Smyth scored twice for Edmonton while Jordan Eberle, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Boyd Gordon scored one each for the Oilers (1-4).
Jonathan Bernier stopped 26 of 31 shots on goal for the Maple Leafs while his counterpart, Devan Dubnyk, stopped 20 of 26 shots in the Edmonton goal.
The Maple Leafs tied the game on Lupul's second goal of the game that trickled between the pads of Dubnyk at 19:29 of the third period to send the game into overtime. It was the fifth goal of the season for Lupul and came with Bernier out of the goal for an extra attacker.
The Oilers took a 5-4 lead on Smyth's third goal of the game at 11:27 of the third period. Mark Arcobello picked up his third assist of the game.
Van Riemsdyk scored his second goal of the game at 9:55 on a wraparound to tie the game at 4. It was his fifth goal of the season.
Eberle put the Oilers into a 4-3 lead at 5:29 of the third period when they caught the pressing Leafs on a two-on-one.
Arcobello broke down the left wing and putting his pass over the Eberle, who scored his first goal of the season from the right faceoff circle.
The Oilers regained the lead when Gordon's third goal of the season at 1:02 of the second period put them into a 3-2 advantage.
But Lupul tied it at 3 for the Leafs at 5:20 with his fourth goal of the season on assists from Kadri and David Broll.
The Oilers took the lead at 5:21 of the first period as a result of some poor clearing from behind the goal by the Leafs. Arcobello gained control of the puck on the right side and passed in front to Ryan Smyth who put in his second goal of the season.
The Leafs tied the game at 9:47 -- six seconds after the Oilers killed a hooking penalty to David Perron. Kadri scored his second goal of the season from a difficult angle from after taking a pass on the left wing deep in the Edmonton zone from Mason Raymond.
The Leafs took a 2-1 lead on a power play at 15:26 of the first by Van Riemsdyk, his fourth goal of the season. Perron was off for goaltender interference.
The Oilers tied the game at 18:10 on a power play with Nugent-Hopkins firing home his second goal of the season from the edge of the right faceoff circle. Van Riemsdyk was off for holding.
NOTES: Dallas Eakins made his first appearance in Toronto as the Oilers' coach, a job he took June 13 after eight years in the Leafs' organization, including the last four as coach of the AHL Toronto Marlies. ... RW Mike Brown played his first game against Toronto since the Maple Leafs traded him to the Oilers on March 4 for a 2014 fourth-round draft choice. ... The Oilers opened a six-game trip with Saturday's game against the Leafs, with their next game Monday at Washington. ... The Leafs next game is at home against the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday.