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Takeaways from Ducks' 5-4 overtime Game 3 win over Winnipeg Jets
Takeaways from Ducks' 5-4 overtime Game 3 win over Winnipeg Jets

A few more takeaways from the Ducks' 5-4 overtime victory -- a high-speed, thrill-a-minute game that saw the Ducks take a 3-0 series lead. Ownership of the third period Meet the third period. The same as the third periods in Game 1 and Game 2. So far, the Ducks haven’t found a third-period deficit they haven’t been able to handle. In Game 3, they forced overtime with Ryan Kesler’s tying goal with 2:14 remaining. They landed in the record book, becoming the first team in NHL history to win three consecutive playoff games when trailing at any point in the third period of all three games, according the Elias Sports Bureau. “It's kind of been the story...

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