Big hit by Chicago defenseman Michael Rozsival on Kings center Trevor Lewis, who gives it right back to another Blackhawk.
Chicago right wing Andrew Shaw whiffs on a shot inside three minutes.
Kane shoots, it bounces off Quick; Toews can’t lift it over. Very nearly a goal.
The pressure remains, though, and defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson fires from about 20 feet, Kane follows right in front of the net and scores to tie it, 2-2, with 1:39 remaining in the period.
The Kings, tyrying to kill a 5-on-3 disadvantage, clear the puck once.
The man advantage is now over too, Chicago failing to get a great shot again at Quick despiute spending an abundance of time in front of him.
A Stoll shot on the other side is wide.
Penalty on Kings defenseman Matt Greene, a hooking call, 4:40 into the second period.
A shot by Kings center Anze Kopitar goes out of bounds, and he’s penalized for delay of game. Chicago gets a two-man advantage for 53 seconds.
The Kings are 5-1 this postseason in games with a tie score after the first period, and 8-2 when they score first.
Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook knocks down Brown as he tries to pursue a loose puck on the Chicago end. No penalty.