Edmonton Oilers goalie Devan Dubnyk had apparently gotten bored during the Oilers 4-0 onslaught through the first period and early second period. Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane was racing for a loose puck when Dubnyk decided to try and beat him to it, rather than give Kane a clear breakaway. Kane easily maneuvered around Dubnyk, picked up the puck in the corner, toe-dragged around diving defenseman Ryan Whitney and buried it into the virtually empty net. It started a comeback by the Blackhawks, but they eventually fell short and lost 6-5. The Blackhawks have now lost their last two games, and are oddly enough on a losing streak after starting the season as the hottest team in the NHL.