Ducks 3, Blackhawks 2 (SO): Andrew Cogliano tied the game late in the third period and Corey Perry scored the decisive goal in the shootout as visiting Anaheim rallied for its sixth win in seven contests.
The Ducks forged a 2-2 tie with 2:40 remaining in the third, when Cogliano redirected defenseman Ben Lovejoy's pass from the right point past Crawford. Anaheim killed off two penalties in overtime, and Perry banked a wrist shot off the left post and in during the second round of the shootout before Viktor Fasth sealed the win with a right pad save on Brandon Saad.
Captain Ryan Getzlaf also scored in regulation, Lovejoy notched two assists and Fasth made 28 saves for the Ducks, who improved to 3-1-0 on their six-game road trip.
Saad and defenseman Nick Leddy tallied while Corey Crawford stopped 29 shots for Chicago, which had its four-game winning streak snapped but remained the lone team yet to lose in regulation. The Blackhawks (10-0-3) are four away from setting the NHL record for most games without a regulation loss to start a season.
After Getzlaf snapped a scoreless tie with a power-play goal 3 1/2 minutes into the second, Leddy and Saad scored 28 seconds apart midway through the period to put Chicago ahead. Leddy beat Fasth with a one-timer from the top of the right faceoff circle during a man advantage, and video review determined the puck crossed the goal line following Saad's shot from the left circle before the net came off its moorings.
GAME NOTEBOOK: Chicago, which began a seven-game homestand, is 8-0-1 when leading after two periods. Anaheim improved to 5-0-0 when scoring the first goal. ... The Ducks won for just the third time in their last 10 visits to Chicago. ... Anaheim D Toni Lydman avoided wearing the goat horns thanks to his teammates as he was called for interference with 10 seconds remaining in the third period and received a high-sticking penalty at 2:08 of overtime.