Ducks vs. Red Wings Game 4 update: Pavel Datsyuk sends it to overtime

Gregory Shamus

After being frustrated all night long, the Red Wings finally solved Jonas Hiller.

After being held scoreless by Jonas Hiller for more than five periods going back to their game three shutout, the Red Wings finally powered a goal into the net to tie their game with the Anaheim Ducks.

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The Ducks would regain the lead midway through the period thanks to goal from Emerseon Etem, but Pavel Datsyuk would tie it again with this perfectly-aimed shot:

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Regulation would end with the score tied at two. The Red Wings lead in shots 41-26 at the end of 60 minutes and have to be breathing just a tiny bit easier now that they've shown Hiller ISN'T unbeatable after all.

Next goal wins, guys -- either the series is tied or the Ducks head back home with a chance to eliminate the Red Wings.

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