After a wild and eventful night at the United Center, the Chicago Blackhawks have pulled off the improbable.
They've drawn even after losing the first three games to the Vancouver Canucks, the team with the best record in the NHL this season.
Now, do the defending Stanley Cup champions have one more left?
Ben Smith scored at 15:30 of overtime Sunday night, giving Chicago a 4-3 victory and sending the spirited and physical opening-round series back to Vancouver for Game 7 on Tuesday night.
"Anything can happen in Vancouver," said Smith, a rookie who made his NHL debut in October. "I'm just trying to take a deep breath every once in a while. ... They've got some great players. It's nerve racking when they've got the puck. They really took it to us for a while."
The Canucks played what coach Alain Vigneault characterized as their best game of the series. They made a goalie switch, turning to Cory Schneider in place of Roberto Luongo, who was pulled in the two previous games when he gave up 10 goals on 40 shots.