EDMONTON — Patrick Kane put in his own rebound to score the winner 50 seconds into overtime as the Chicago Blackhawks topped the Edmonton Oilers 4-3 on Friday.
Ryan Hartman, Alex DeBrincat and Jordan Oesterle also scored for the Blackhawks (18-14-5), who snapped a three-game losing skid.
Jesse Puljujarvi, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Leon Draisaitl replied for Edmonton (17-18-3).
Jeff Glass, who was making his NHL debut in the Chicago net at 32-years-old, stopped 42 shots for the win. Cam Talbot turned aside 32 shots in defeat.
Puljujarvi's power-play goal with 5:34 remaining in the first period opened the scoring as he showed nice hands to deposit a rebound past Glass. It was the 17th shot of the opening period for Edmonton.
The Blackhawks tied the game up with 55 seconds left in the first, as Hartman swatted in a rebound from the doorstep Talbot.
Chicago took a 2-1 lead on the power play with six minutes left in the second period as an Oilers miscue with a chance to clear the puck ended up with DeBrincat putting a shot through Talbot's legs for his 13th goal of the season.
The Hawks took a two-goal lead with another power-play goal at 8:28 of the third period as an Oesterle point shot hit the crossbar and then caromed off of Talbot's back and into the net.
Edmonton gave itself a chance with 2:19 remaining in the third as a Nugent-Hopkins shot hit defender Brent Seabrook and trickled past Glass.
The Oilers tied it up with just 55 seconds left on the clock and Talbot on the bench for an extra skater, showing some persistence in front of the net before Draisaitl scored his 10th of the year on a rebound.
Notes: It was the second of three meetings between the two teams this season. Edmonton defeated Chicago 2-1 in overtime on Oct. 19… It was the first time this season that the Oilers have had their projected six starting defencemen in the lineup at the same time… The Oilers honoured Fred Sasakamoose, the first Indigenous player in the NHL, in a pre-game ceremony. Saskatchewan-born, Sasakamoose played 11 games for the Blackhawks during the 1953-54 season.