It's tough being an Edmonton Oiler these days. Losers of 19 of the last 24 games, the Oilers fired their coach less than a week ago.
And Tuesday night, they found a new way to lose. Though they did technically get a point for it.
Tied with the Arizona Coyotes 3-3 in overtime and the clock running down, it looked for sure like the game would be heading to a shootout.
Only it didn't.
With 0.3 seconds left on the clock, Oliver Ekman-Larsson rifled a shot from just left of the goalie while heading up the ice at full speed.
The shot of course went right past the goalie and in the net. Game over, Oilers find yet another way to lose.