The loss marked the second time this season that Scrivens has seen 50 or more shots in a game.
Scrivens was acquired in a trade with the Los Angeles Kings on Jan. 15. The Spruce Grove, Alta., native is 3-4-0 with one shutout with the Oilers.
The Edmonton netminder is 3-1-0 with a 1.50 goals-against average in his last four games.
Scrivens topped the previous mark set by Phoenix's Mike Smith, who stopped 54 shots in a 2-0 victory over Columbus on April 3, 2012. Scrivens is 4-2-2 with a 1.49 GAA at home.
Scrivens went 7-5-4 over 19 appearances in his only season with the Kings, who acquired him from Toronto last summer in a deal including goalie Jonathan Bernier.
He got a bad break when a rebound trickled into the net off the elbow of teammate Jarret Stoll after Scrivens made the initial save on Jamie McGinn's goal.
The NHL's latest sensation made 19 saves but his shutout streak ended at 191 minutes, 19 seconds. He cruised to his fourth consecutive victory in his home debut. "It was nice to play in front of our hometown fans," Scrivens said. "But I'll play every game they tell me to play."
Scrivens, filling in for injured regular Jonathan Quick, followed up a blanking of the New Jersey Devils on Friday with one against the Rangers. Los Angeles went 3-0-1 on the trip, winning the final three games. Scrivens has gone 156 minutes, 2 seconds without allowing a goal over three games since Aaron Ness of the New York Islanders scored in the second period of the Kings' 3-2 win on Thursday. Scrivens is 4-1-1 and leads the NHL with a 1.24 goals-against average.
Scrivens, playing for the injured Jonathan Quick, got a 3-2 win on Thursday over the Islanders when the Kings scored three times in the third period.
Scrivens has a 1.92 GAA but he doesn't see much ice time.
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