CHICAGO (Reuters) - Viktor Stalberg scored with 28 seconds left in overtime to lead the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-2 triumph on Sunday that snapped the Anaheim Ducks' six-game winning streak.
Stalberg's sixth goal of the season came off a deflection that fooled Swiss goalie Jonas Hiller who made 40 saves a day after he was hit with a puck in practice and sent to hospital.
"It's a big step forward for us," said Stalberg, who was acquired from the Toronto Maple Leafs in the off-season.
"We were pretty confident we'd find a way to come away with two points some way tonight. Now we're leaving our building for (a six-game road trip), so hopefully it'll get our team going and we'll come back here stronger when we return."
Anaheim's Corey Perry tied the game twice, first with an unassisted tally in the opening period and again with a goal at 3:36 in the third period.
The defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks (9-9-2) ended a three-game losing streak and kept Anaheim (10-7-2) from matching a franchise-record seven-game win streak.
(Writing by Jahmal Corner in Los Angeles; Editing by Frank Pingue)