Chicago Blackhawks stay composed after allowing Anaheim Ducks to score three in 37 seconds and win double OT thriller

National Post

CHICAGO — The only thing that figures so far in this Western Conference final is that it always looked like a great matchup, and it is.

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The rest? Craziness.

The Chicago Blackhawks, desperate not to fall behind 3-1 in the series Saturday night, scored on another soccer-type play — it counted, this time — took a two-goal, third-period lead, promptly blew it by giving up the second-fastest three goals by one team in playoff history, got huge performances from all their best players … and still had to sweat out a double-overtime thriller.

That it was Antoine Vermette who finally won it 5-4 for the Blackhawks, 5:37 into double overtime, scoring on his own rebound, made perfect sense considering he sat out Game 3 — as did rookie Teuvo Teravainen, who assisted on…

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