Patrick Sharp and Duncan Keith collide and create a Blues scoring chance

Watch where your teammates are at all times!

St. Louis is up 2-0 after one period in Game 2, but the Chicago Blackhawks should be grateful they aren't down by three goals after a comedic turnover by Patrick Sharp and Duncan Keith.

You know how outfielders in baseball will wave each other off when trying to catch a fly ball? Duncan Keith probably should've done that before Patrick Sharp went barreling into him while chasing the puck.

Hawksdown

Luckily for the Hawks, Steve Ott was the guy who picked up the turnover. He's not exactly a goal scorer, and Corey Crawford was able to shut down the breakaway chance. Sharp and Keith were okay after the collision, but the same can't be said for their dignities.

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