How did the Blackhawks not score on this

The Blackhawks thought they scored the first goal of Game 2 against Los Angeles a little earlier than they did. But, somehow, this bouncing Tennessee Titans Jersey puck didn't end up on the net - and the Kings had Tyler Toffoli to thank for that. The Chicago Blackhawks thought they had the go-ahead goal with just under seven minutes left in the first period of Game 2 against the Los Angeles Kings Wednesday.And, really, how did this one not go in?After the initial Warren Moon Jersey shot from the point by Michal Rozsival, Patrick Kane was able to get his stick on the puck to put a backhand on net. A scrambling Jonathan Quick deflected it up into the air and as it fluttered back down behind him, Peter Regin made a charge for it.Regin was cro s-checked by Willie Mitchell who was penalized on the play and was literally facing the puck, as it bouncedon the goal line.And even after all Curley Culp Jersey that, the puck still may have gone it, had it not been for Tyler Toffolis magic stick. Take a look:And here's another, closer look, from @myregularface:Now that's lucky.No matter. The Blackhawks scored on the ensuing power play with a backhand breakaway from Nick Leddy. Thats right. The defenseman. On a breakaway.Understatement of the year: Chicago is a fun Adoree Jackson Jersey team to watch. The Kings aren't bad either.Follow Rory on Twitter
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