Summary: Idaho broke open a scoreless game with three goals early in the third period Friday and rolled to a 3-1 victory over Tulsa in Game 5 in Boise, Idaho. The Oilers lead the best-of-7 ECHL division finals 3-2.

Notes: Scott Henegar scored Tulsa’s goal at 12:01 of the third.

Up next: Game 6 is 4:05 p.m. Sunday at BOK Center

STEELHEADS 3, OILERS 1

Tulsa 0 0 1 — 1

Idaho 0 0 3 — 3

First period: None. Penalties: Drapluk, Tulsa (closing hand on puck), 13:57; McKee, Tulsa (fighting-major), 18:58; Kanzig, Tulsa (fighting-major), 18:58.

Second period: None. Penalties: McKee, Tulsa (elbowing), 9:27; Samuelsson, Idaho (cross-checking), 9:27; Moldenhauer, Tulsa (holding), 11:39; Gluchowski, Idaho (interference), 12:12; Vala, Idaho (tripping), 13:29.

Third period: 1. Idaho, Petryk, 2 (White, Norrish), 4:07. 2. Idaho, White, 3 (Petryk, Kanzig), 8:33. 3. Idaho, Gluchowski, 1, 8:49. 4. Tulsa, Henegar, 1 (Phillips, Ammirato), 12:01. Penalties: Sampair, Tulsa (tripping), 1:22; Kessy, Idaho (roughing), 1:44; McKee, Tulsa (cross-checking), 12:01; McKee, Tulsa (misconduct-unsportsmanlike conduct), 19:25; McNulty, Tulsa (misconduct-unsportsmanlike conduct), 19:25; Kessy, Idaho (misconduct-unsportsmanlike conduct), 19:25.

Power plays: Tulsa 0-for-3; Idaho 0-for-4

Shots: Tulsa 12-13-10—35; Idaho 12-8-16—36

Saves: Tulsa, Williams 12-8-13—33; Idaho, Sholl 12-13-9—34

Referees: Gouin, MacFarlane. A: 3,872.

Tulsa 3, Idaho 2

Best-of-7; x-if necessary

Game 1 April 26: Tulsa 3, Idaho 1

Game 2 April 28: Tulsa 3, Idaho 1

Game 3 Tuesday: Tulsa 1, Idaho 0

Game 4 Wednesday: Idaho 4, Tulsa 2

Game 5 Friday: Idaho 3, Tulsa 1

Game 6 Sunday: Idaho at Tulsa, 4:05 p.m.

x-Game 7 Monday: Idaho at Tulsa, 7:05 p.m.