The Edmonton Oilers managed to overturn a four-goal deficit, but the effort was not enough to leave with the two points in the standings, losing 6-5 to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday in the afternoon.
The Blue Jackets scored the first four goals of the game before the Oilers came back to tie the game 4-4 in the middle period.
There are only two teams this season in the NHL who managed to close such a deficit to finally win. Vancouver did it against the Montreal Canadiens in December and Detroit beat Pittsburgh in December as well.
Jack Roslovic scored twice in addition to collecting two assists. His second of the third period was the winning goal.
Kirill Marchenko with two goals, Boone Jenner and Patrik Laine had given the Blue Jackets a four-goal lead in the second period.
Laine and Johnny Gaudreau had two assists each.
For the Oilers, Connor McDavid scored two goals, his 47th and 48th of the season. He also had two assists. He has scored twice in each of his last three games.
Leon Draisaitl, with a goal in a seventh straight game, Warren Foegele and Zach Hyman have the others in the loss.
Defenders Brett Kulak and Tyson Barrie had two assists each.