Marian Hossa skated along the boards, pumping his right arm as the United Center roared its approval.
Go ahead and give two more points to the streaking Chicago Blackhawks.
Hossa scored 1:44 into overtime and the host Blackhawks beat the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 on Monday night to stretch their NHL-record opening points streak to 19 games.
Patrick Sharp set up the winning goal with a quick turn along the boards and a drive to the goal that led to two stops by Nikolai Khabibulin. Hossa picked up the second rebound and was again stuffed by Khabibulin before he poked it in for his ninth goal of the season.
"It is a great feeling, obviously," Hossa said. "It doesn't matter who's scoring, and lately we have a lot of different guys scoring. We try to enjoy the streak, keep playing a simple game and try to find a way to win."
Patrick Kane and Viktor Stalberg also scored for Chicago (16-0-3), which has won six straight and nine of 10. Ray Emery made 17 saves to remain unbeaten in eight starts this season.
The Blackhawks have earned 35 of 38 possible points this season.
"It was a great third period," Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said. "We had the puck in overtime, too. Great pay by Sharpie going to the net, great patience and presence with Hossa to finish."
Nail Yakupov and Jeff Petry had the goals for Edmonton, which carried a 2-1 lead into the third period but couldn't hold on for its fourth consecutive victory
Predators 5, Stars 4: Roman Josi scored his second goal 28 seconds into overtime, and host Nashville edged Dallas in a wild game featuring several fights, six goals and a bloodied face -- all in the second period.
Josi's slap shot helped Nashville end a two-game skid, and the defenseman also had two assists as the Predators played their 10th overtime game this season.
Mike Fisher, Craig Smith and Patric Hornqvist each scored goals for Nashville. The last two losses had been shutouts, and the Predators ended a scoring drought at 133:43 after threatening the franchise-worst drought that reached 176:18 on Feb. 13 in an overtime win over San Jose.
Kings 5, Ducks 2: Slava Voynov scored the go-ahead goal in the third period and host Los Angeles defeated Anaheim for its fourth consecutive victory while snapping the Ducks' six-game winning streak. Dustin Brown added a goal and his 200th career assist, and Anze Kopitar had three assists to help the Kings win for the sixth time in seven games. Jonathan Quick stopped 24 shots.
Senators 2, Canadiens 1: Peter Regin scored in the fifth round of the shootout and Ben Bishop made 44 saves in regulation and overtime, leading host Ottawa to a win over Montreal. Jakob Silfverberg also scored in the shootout for Ottawa, while David Desharnais replied for Montreal.