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Frederik Andersen
Blackhawks stay patient and perfect in postseason overtime

One lucky bounce. It might not sound like much of a strategy for playing sudden-death hockey, but patience has kept the Chicago Blackhawks perfect in overtime this postseason. They've now gone into extra time four times and won them all, including a 5-4 decision Saturday night that marked their second overtime win against the Anaheim Ducks and evened their Western Conference finals series at 2-2. Antoine Vermette, who was switched out of Game 3 for "fresher legs" by coach Joel Quenneville, notched the game winner 5:37 into the extra period. Vermette's first wrister from the deep slot was blocked, but he collected the rebound and coolly held his second shot until he was...

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