Andrew Shaw deflected Johnny Oduya's shot with 2:18 remaining in overtime, as the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Vancouver Canucks 2-1 on Wednesday night.
It was another angst-filled contest between these two, with hits, elbows -- and probably a few curse words -- flying. Daniel Sedin left the game after Duncan Keith elbowed him high, a hit that could lead to supplemental discipline for the Blackhawks defenseman. Keith and Alex Burrows later got 10-minute misconducts as part of a fracas-loaded second period.
Marcus Kruger suffered an upper-body injury at the end of the first period and did not return.
But lost in the shuffle of all the melees and venom was another entertaining game in a series that's had many of them. Roberto Luongo was stellar early and Corey Crawford was the same late.
Jannik Hansen gave the Canucks the lead just 27 seconds into the game. Patrick Kane tied it up early in the second period, knocking home the rebound off Marian Hossa's shot.