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The spin-o-rama was banned from NHL shootouts at the beginning of the 2014-15 season, but it hasn't completely disappeared from hockey yet. The Oilers' Derek Roy proved that against the Blackhawks on Friday.

By SI.com Staff
March 07, 2015

The spin-o-rama was banned from NHL shootouts at the beginning of the 2014-15 season, but it hasn't completely disappeared from hockey yet. 

Edmonton Oilers forward Derek Roy used the specialty move on Friday to fake out the Chicago Blackhawks, including goalie Corey Crawford

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Nail Yakupov out-worked three Chicago skaters and dished the puck to Roy, who was wide open in front of the net.

The goal was Roy's first in eight games. Roy has 15 points in 29 games since being traded to Edmonton from the Nashville Predators in December.

The Oilers eventually fell to the Blackhawks 2-1 in a shootout.

 -- Katie Brown 

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