I don't blame Oduya for the loss. First, it's a team sport and rarely is one individual responsibility for a win or loss. Second, the Hawks got back on their heels right off the bat with the early goal the Ducks scored and allowed Anaheim to set the tone of the game, and naturally the tone they set is one that compliments their game and is difficult for the Hawks to play. Some players don't react well to sustained physical pressure and Oduya is one of those players. He tends to play more passively, trying to avoid contact and trying to avoid making a bad play. This leads to hesitation and mistakes instead of aggressive instinctual plays and that's what happened on the tying goal - Oduya played it passively instead of aggressively attacking the puck and that allowed Getzlaf the space he needed to get a shot on net which resulted in a rebound goal. Oduya wasn't the only one who played it poorly though and that was just one play in the game of many misplays, albeit that one resulted in a goal against. Kane also didn't play it correctly and he also had a misplay on the first Anaheim goal.