The Chicago Blackhawks rallied on Sunday night to force overtime against the visiting Minnesota Wild, but neither team could break through in the overtime period, and Minnesota eventually captured the game with a 2-1 win in the shootout.
Chicago entered the third down 4-3, and the Blackhawks were down until the late stages before Patrick Kane broke through with the equalizer. After neither team scored in the five-minute overtime period, they went to a shootout to decide the victor.
Both teams scored in the first round of the shootout and then came up dry in the second round. Chicago couldn't score in the third frame, either, but Devin Setoguchi would not be denied, and Minnesota took the game.
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