In extra time, the Blackhawks went to their two most veterans players, and they conveyed.
Jonathan Toews found a streaking Patrick Kane in the additional period, and Kane one-planned Toews’ go into the net to give the Blackhawks a 3-2 street prevail upon the Ducks.
While it was the more seasoned players completing the game, Chicago’s freshest expansion opened the scoring when Adam Boqvist killed a wrister past Anaheim goalie Ryan Miller for the principal objective of Boqvist’s profession and a mid 1-0 Blackhawks lead.
With just shy of five minutes staying in the primary time frame, the Blackhawks had a two-man advantage and, after a couple of botched opportunities, Kane discovered Alex DeBrincat with a cross-wrinkle pass, and DeBrincat banked the puck in off Miller has returned to twofold Chicago’s lead.
Anaheim diminished that lead back to one when Sam Steel diverted a point shot from Erik Gudbrandson to make it a 2-1 score close to the center of the subsequent period.
At that point, in the third, a couple of Toews’ punishments invalidated one Chicago strategic maneuver and afterward gave Anaheim an entire two-minute bit of leeway. The Ducks traded out, with Nick Ritchie topping a perfect Ducks passing play to tie the game with 13:43 staying in the third time frame.
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Chicago hit the post once and goaltender Robin Lehner made a few key spares in his 100th profession NHL win to keep the score tied 2-2, sending the game into additional time. Only 24 seconds into that 3-on-3 session, Toews and Kane joined to give the Blackhawks their first street win of the period.
- Patrick Kane (CHI) — GWG, assist
- Jonathan Toews (CHI) — 2 assists
- Robin Lehner (CHI) — 36 saves