NEW YORK -- Make that back-to-back blowouts, and at least one Knick swears he saw it coming. "Yeah, I knew it was going to eventually happen. Im glad that it did," point guard Raymond Felton said. "It was a good night to happen in Brooklyn, then we came back tonight and showed it wasnt a fluke. Thats what a lot of people were trying to say. We came out tonight to really prove that." They sure did, once again looking more like a juggernaut than a joke. Carmelo Anthony had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and New York snapped a seven-game home losing streak by beating the Orlando Magic 121-83 on Friday night for its first victory at Madison Square Garden since October. "We got tired of losing. Whether we figured everything out in two games, thats yet to come, but well take these two wins," Anthony said. Andrea Bargnani and J.R. Smith each added 17 points for the Knicks, who followed their 113-83 rout of Brooklyn on Thursday with an even more powerful performance, giving them consecutive victories for the first time this season after a nine-game losing streak. "At some point it was going to get unleashed," Felton said. "Brooklyn was just the team that got the first wrath of it, so everybody else is going to have to feel it later on, too." The Knicks hadnt won at home since beating Milwaukee in their season opener on Oct. 30. The seven-game skid had matched the longest in franchise history, set during the 2007-08 season. They ended it emphatically, just missing the biggest victory in the NBA this season, the Clippers 39-point rout of Chicago on Nov. 24, according to STATS. "I think the results of their game in Brooklyn carried over to this game," Orlando coach Jacque Vaughn said. "They shot the ball extremely well like they did in Brooklyn, so there you have an NBA game for you." The Knicks made a season-best 17 3-pointers -- a night after hitting 16 -- and turned it into another easy night for Anthony, who took only 10 shots one night after attempting only 12. "I wanted to try to do something a little different to see if it worked," he said. "Me scoring 30 wasnt working." New York moved ahead of the Nets and out of last place. Despite their struggles, the Knicks (5-13) are only 2 1/2 games behind first-place Boston in the pathetic Atlantic Division, and can move even closer when they host the Celtics on Sunday afternoon. Arron Afflalo scored 20 points for the Magic, who dropped their fourth straight. Victor Oladipo added 17 points and nine rebounds. Amare Stoudemire sat out for the Knicks, still not ready to play on back-to-back nights after off-season knee surgery. No matter, as Metta World Peace picked up the extra minutes and scored 12 points. Tim Hardaway Jr. finished with 15 and Felton had 14. The Knicks broke it open by outscoring the Magic 30-15 in the third quarter to open a 20-point lead. The highlight came on a ferocious drive and dunk by Iman Shumpert. Orlando fell to 1-8 on the road, running out to a quick start but then getting run over from there. The Magic hit six of their first seven shots, including all three 3-pointers, to storm to a 15-5 lead. The Knicks started 2 for 12 but eventually got going and trailed just 31-28 after one. The Knicks answered with five 3-pointers in the first 4 minutes of the second quarter, going ahead 43-35, and took a 59-54 advantage into halftime. "They put us in tough situations," Orlando guard Jameer Nelson said. "We just have to recognize situations and get better at them so it (doesnt) happen again." Nelson was back for Orlando after missing three straight games with a sprained left foot, but leading rebounder Nik Vucevic missed his second in a row with a sprained left ankle. 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It wasnt perfect by any means, but for the most part we shut them down." Its the third time the teams have met in the past two weeks. The Oilers beat the Ducks 4-3 in overtime on March 28, while Anaheim edged Edmonton 3-2 on Wednesday. Perron said the Oilers showed a lot to keep the Ducks from battling back on Sunday. "I liked the way that we kept going when it was 3-2," he said. "It was a good game all around. At this point there isnt a whole lot to play for and to get that kind of energy was pretty cool. We want to keep our momentum going into next year and play this kind of hockey right from the start. We had a lot of great emotion tonight." Oilers head coach Dallas Eakins said three second-period fights had an effect on the outcome. "It certainly rattled their team," he said. "They are a composed group in Anaheim and then when the first one erupted, that seemed to set them off the tracks a little bit. I thought they got distracted. I think it worked in our favour. They were so upset they were even yelling at me, which is always great when I didnt even throw a punch." Jakob Silfverberg and Corey Perry responded for the Ducks (50-20-8) who have lost two straight and remained just one point up on the idle San Jose Sharks for first in the Pacific. "Were struggling finding ways to win hockey games right now," said Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf. "I thought we started a lot better than we have in the past and were in a hockey game. We let our emotions get the best of us a little bit there for a while and I thought that was a little bit counter-productive and thats our responsibility, me and (Corey Perry)." Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau said it was far from a perfect outing from starting goalie Jonas Hiller. "Its tough, I thought (Hiller) played well in the first period. Then there were a couple in the second that he could have had," he said. "Then in the third, he regained his form again. Its one of those things where hes really lacking in confidence and once the first one went in, he was a little worried until he regained his composure." The Ducks openeed the scoring on the games first shot, 1:20 into the first period.dddddddddddd Edmonton goalie Viktor Fasth made the initial stop on Silfverberg, but the rebound caromed off of teammate Sam Gagner and trickled into the net. Edmonton came close to tying the game with five minutes left to play in the opening frame when Perron made a nice pass to a hard-charging Ryan Smyth, but Hiller was quick to come across and make the save. The Oilers knotted the game 1-1 six minutes into the second period with a power play goal as Hall banked in a goal off of Hiller with a shot from the side of the net for his 27th of the season. Perron kept pace with Hall for the teams goal-scoring lead three minutes later while Edmonton was short-handed, beating Hiller with an off-balance shot from the right faceoff circle for his 27th. It was just Edmontons fourth short-handed goal of the season against a league-leading 13 allowed. The Oilers took a 3-1 lead with just over three minutes left in the second period as Eberle swung a puck out front and the rebound remained loose in the crease before a pinching Schultz tapped it in. The Ducks got back to within a goal with on a power play just 25 seconds into the third period as Perry tipped a long Getzlaf wrist shot from the point past Fasth for his 42nd goal of the season. Edmonton withstood a ton of pressure before getting an insurance goal. Eberle also scored his 27th moved into a three-way tie for the team lead with an empty-net goal. Anaheim threw everything they had at the Oilers net in the third period, but Fasth proved up to the task, making 34 saves in total to earn his first victory against his old team. "The guys played great in front of me today," Fasth said. "They cleared a lot of rebounds and blocked a lot of shots. It was a great team effort. Of course it is special to play against them and get the win. I have a lot of friends on that team and played for them for a year." The Ducks get right back at it on Monday in Vancouver against the Canucks. Edmonton continues its season-ending four game homestand on Tuesday against the Colorado Avalanche. Notes: It was the fifth and final meeting between the Oilers and Ducks this season. Anaheim had a 3-0-1 record in the series entering the game and had taken 12 of the past 15 encounters in Edmontona The Ducks allowed six first period goals in their three games heading into Edmonton. a With the playoffs looming, the Ducks chose to rest their two oldest players, giving Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu the night off. a Anaheim was without G Frederik Andersen (upper body) and D Cam Fowler (knee). a LW Jesse Joensuu (ankle), LW Ryan Jones (torn PCL), RW Tyler Pitlick (knee), LW Luke Gazdic (shoulder), RW Nail Yakupov (ankle) and D Andrew Ference (chest) missed the game for Edmonton. ' ' '