The Chicago Blackhawks beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 in Game 4 of their series on Thursday night to take a 3-1 series lead. They'll head back to Chicago with a chance to finish the Kings off on Saturday. It was the first time the Kings have lost at home this post-season, so how did the Blackhawks do it? Let's check out the juicy GIF details and figure it out.
Quick would make amends shortly thereafter, stopping Bickell in alone to keep the game tied:
Crawford allowed an ugly goal of his own in the second period when he failed to handle this slow-motion rebound:
But the Blackhawks would tie again, as Patrick Kane poked the puck over the line to record his first goal in a while:
The Blackhawks owned the Kings in the third period, beginning with this early goal from Marian Hossa:
And they could have been up by two if Patrick Kane didn't shoot this puck right into Jonathan Quick's glove:
The Kings only managed two shots in the entire third period, which isn't going to get you any victories no matter how funny your team Twitter account might be.