Ryan Getzlaf set up Bobby Ryan’s tying goal and Teemu Selanne’s
tiebreaker 1:04 apart late in the third period, and the Anaheim
Ducks rallied for a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on
Wednesday night in a meeting of the NHL’s top two teams.
Jonas Hiller stopped 22 shots, and Peter Holland and Sheldon
Souray scored as the Ducks extended their franchise-record home
winning streak to 13 games in dramatic fashion.
Anaheim (22-3-4) pulled within three points of Chicago atop the
overall NHL standings by dealing the Blackhawks just their third
regulation loss of the season.
Nick Leddy scored a power-play goal and captain Jonathan Toews
scored an early short-handed goal for the Blackhawks (24-3-3), who
lost in regulation after entering the third period with a lead for
the first time in 19 games this season.