The Anaheim Ducks tied their Western Conference finals series with the Nashville Predators after winning 3-2 in overtime.
Game four went the way of the Ducks thanks to Corey Perry, who scored at 10:25 in OT on Thursday.
Perry's shot redirected off Nashville's P.K. Subban and past goalie Pekka Rinne at Bridgestone Arena.
The result ended the Predators' 10-game winning streak at home in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The best-of-seven series is now tied 2-2 ahead of game five in Anaheim on Saturday.
Nashville forced OT when Filip Forsberg equalised with 34.5 seconds remaining in the third period.
The Ducks had led 2-0 11 minutes into the second period courtesy of Nick Ritchie's wrist shot after Rickard Rakell had opened the scoring at 11:30 in the first stanza.
Subban sparked Nashville's rally 14 minutes into the third period before Forsberg levelled proceedings, but the Ducks had the final say on away ice.