Jeff Glass made his NHL debut on Friday at 32 years old.
The Blackhawks picked up a win in Edmonton, with him playing a big role. That earned him a start in his hometown of Calgary on Sunday.
Glass made 35 stops, but the Blackhawks lost 4-3 in overtime. The Blackhawks trailed 3-0 before rallying to force overtime, but Mark Giordano put the game away in OT to give the hosts the two points.
Glass had a big breakaway save late in the third period, which kept the Hawks within a goal just minutes before Brandon Saad came up with the tying goal.
The Blackhawks' road trip isn't over yet, but the team may be daydreaming about a return to the United Center. Sunday's loss was the Blackhawks' fourth in five games on the six-game road trip that wraps around the new year. The road trip concludes at Madison Square Garden against the Rangers on Wednesday before returning to the UC on Friday against Vegas.
The Flames went up 3-0 with two goals in 65 seconds early in the second period, but goals from Jordan Oesterle and Jonathan Toews just 56 seconds apart got the Blackhawks back in it. Saad tied the game with less than two minutes to go just after Glass had been pulled for the extra attacker.
In Glass' two games between the pipes he has 87 saves for a .925 save percentage.