Not even 24 hours after Kawhi Leonard hit his buzzer beater to send the Toronto Raptors to the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals, another Canadian team hit a buzzer beater for a victory.

This time, however, it wasn’t in a basketball game but in a hockey game as Mark Stone ripped a power play goal with 1.8 seconds left in regulation to give Canada a 6-5 victory over the host Slovakians in their round-robin game at the Worlds on Monday.

The goal was a great way for Stoney to celebrate his 27th birthday, even though the Golden Knights forward might have wanted to of been partying it up in Vegas for the day.

Goals were a plenty in the contest with Slovakia holding a pair of two goal leads during the game, but the special teams were the difference as Canada finished 3-for-4 with the extra man while Slovakia failed to score on their five chances with the man advantage.

With a one goal deficit, Slovakia controlled much of the play in the third period with the boisterous home crowd behind them. Matus Sukel would notch the equalizer but seven minutes later Erik Cernak was penalized which set up the dramatic winner by Stone.

Other members of Team Canada that scored in the game included Anthony Mantha, Shea Theodore, Jonathan Marchessault, Anthony Cirelli and Troy Stecher.

Canada was shorthanded on the backend most of the game as Dante Fabbro suffered a cut near his mouth in the first period and did not return, leaving Canada with five defensemen. Brandon Montour also left the game with an undisclosed injury. Both are to be re-evaluated on Tuesday.

Canada is tied for second with six points in Group A after picking up two wins and a loss in the opening weekend of the tournament. Slovakia is in fifth with three points after playing three of the toughest teams in tournament, Finland, the US and Canada.

Slovakia will face Germany on Wednesday while Canada will not play again until Thursday when they take to the ice against France.

As for Team USA, they escaped with a 3-2 OT win over Finland on Monday, bringing their early record to 1-1-1-0 and sit in fourth place with five points.