Patrik Laine scored a hat-trick as the Winnipeg Jets rallied for a comeback win over the Toronto Maple Leafs in the NHL.
The Jets trailed 4-0 during the second period before remarkably fighting back for a 5-4 overtime victory on Wednesday.
There was less drama in New York, where the Detroit Red Wings recorded a 2-1 win over the Rangers.
Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard was the star, making 32 saves.
JETS FLY HOME
A pair of goals from Nazem Kadri and others from Connor Carrick and William Nylander had the Maple Leafs in complete control.
But Tyler Myers gave the Jets hope before a three-goal third period, capped by a power-play goal from Laine with 55 seconds remaining.
Laine was at it again less than three minutes into OT with the match-winner.
RED WINGS ALSO COME FROM BEHIND
Mika Zibanejad gave the Rangers a lead after 69 seconds, but Thomas Vanek cancelled it out on a power-play in the second period.
Just 59 seconds into the third period, Drew Miller scored for the Red Wings, who had Howard stop 32 of 33 shots.
THE LAINE SHOW
Late game-tying goal:
Great night: pic.twitter.com/Zb4aRwxO0B
-- NHL (@NHL) October 20, 2016
Yes, that is exactly the way they drew it up. pic.twitter.com/LQJ1XM78mo-- NHL (@NHL) October 20, 2016
CANUCKS, LIGHTNING LOOK TO STAY PERFECT
The Tampa Bay Lightning and Vancouver Canucks are both 3-0-0 ahead of matches on Thursday. The Colorado Avalanche are at the Lightning, while the Canucks host the Buffalo Sabres.