The Anaheim Ducks have taken a 2-0 series lead against the Winnipeg Jets, and they produced another comeback win after trailing 1-0 in the third period with a 2-1 victory.
The game remained scoreless until the second period. Jets defenseman Adam Pardy scored, but Ducks left wing Patrick Maroon responded with a goal of his own to tie it in the third period.
The Ducks and Jets kept it tied for most of the third period, but the Ducks ultimately triumphed as right wing Jakob Silfverberg stunned the Jets by scoring a goal with only 19 seconds remaining.
Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen shined in the net as he made 28 saves for a 96.5 save percentage. Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec also performed outstandingly as he saved 37 shots, which made up of 94.9 percent of shots attempted against him.
The Ducks had previously made a comeback against the Jets in Game 1 after being down, 2-1, in the third period as they exploded with three goals to close it out.
They will look to keep their momentum going as they take on the Jets in Winnipeg for their next two games.