Blackhawks Vs. Coyotes, NHL Playoffs Game 2: Chicago Scores Late To Force Overtime ... Again

In Game 1, Brent Seabrook scored in the waning moments of regulation to tie the game, sending things to overtime before the Phoenix Coyotes prevailed in the extra session. In Game 2, he made a habit of it.

(Okay, so he didn't. This overtime-forcing goal was originally credited to Seabrook, but after further review, the point shot was deflected by Patrick Sharp.)

It was a mad scramble in front of the net prior to the goal. The Phoenix defense collapsed down low in front of their goaltender, and they were able to clear several pucks out of harms way, but by not getting it out of the zone, the Blackhawks kept their hopes alive. Phoenix allowed them to get way too many looks at the net, and Chicago has twice been able to come away with dramatic goals in last-second situations.

The Coyotes have already overcome this same situation in this series, however, so it's going to be interesting to see how each team responds once OT begins, having been through this so recently.

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