St. Paul, MN-- Jason Zucker's tally 2:15 into overtime lifted the Minnesota Wild to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 3 of this Western Conference quarterfinal.
Zucker, who hit the crossbar in a Game 1 overtime loss, fired a loose puck home from along the goal line to the left of the Chicago net for his first career playoff marker.
Pierre-Marc Bouchard and Zach Parise also lit the lamp for the Wild, who had lost the first two games on the road to kick off their first postseason series since 2008. Josh Harding made 25 stops.
Johnny Oduya and Duncan Keith scored for the Blackhawks, while Corey Crawford posted 34 saves in defeat.
Game 4 remains in the Twin Cities on Tuesday.