The Chicago Blackhawks have pulled level with the Los Angeles Kings after running out 4-3 winners in game six of the NHL Western Conference final.
The game will be remembered for a frantic last few minutes and a fantastic performance by the Blackhawks Patrick Kane.
The Kings took the lead in the first period through Dwight King but Kane's first goal levelled the game in the second period before Ben Smith put Chicago up 2-1 early in the second period.
Two quick goals in the third period from the Kings saw them take a 3-2 lead thanks to Drew Doughtry and Alec Martinez.
Duncan Keith pulled the game level with less than nine minutes remaining setting up a grandstand finish.
Then the man of the night Patrick Kane stepped up with his second and Chicago's fourth with less than four minutes remaining in the game.
Kane ran the show on Friday scoring twice and claiming one assist as the Blackhawks forced game seven.
Game seven will take place on Sunday night and if game six is anything to go by it will be a fantastic game of hockey.
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