Blackhawks Vs. Coyotes, NHL Playoffs 2012 Game 6: Phoenix Leads 1-0 After 2

In Game 6 of the first-round Stanley Cup playoff series between the Phoenix Coyotes and the Chicago Blackhawks, the underdog is on the verge of advancing. Following the second period, the Coyotes have taken a 1-0 lead in Chicago. The 'Yotes are up three games to two in the best-of-seven series.

Despite taking just six shots on goal in the second period, the Coyotes were able to score at 13:14, when Oliver Ekman-Larsson put the puck past Corey Crawford on a power play goal.

The power play -- the second of the game for the Coyotes -- came as a result of Jonathan Toews receiving a minor for interference.

Every game in the series so far has gone into overtime. The Blackhawks will attempt to regroup in the third period and pull off a victory to force a Game 7 back in Phoenix.

For all news and information regarding the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, please visit SB Nation's dedicated NHL hub. For more from the Phoenix perspective, head over to Five For Howling and SB Nation Arizona. For more on the Blackhawks, check out Second City Hockey and SB Nation Chicago.

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