The Tampa Bay Lightning have taken a 2-1 series lead in the Stanley Cup Finals over the Chicago Blackhawks.
They came through with a triumphant victory on the road, as center Cedric Paquette came through with the game winner with just over three minutes left in the game.
The Lightning struck first too as right wing Ryan Callahan scored about five minutes into the first period.
The Blackhawks responded though, as center Brad Richards took advantage of a power-play situation to tie it up.
The second period was completely quiet as neither team scored, and goaltenders Ben Bishop and Corey Crawford held strong.
The Blackhawks put the Lightning in a hole as Brandon Saad gave them a 2-1 lead in the third period four minutes in.
However, the Lightning immediately fought back and responded with a goal from Ondrej Palat, which was scored only 13 seconds later.
After the game remained suspenseful and tied, Paquette came through with his clutch goal.
Bishop shined for the Lightning after his game status was in doubt following an injury in Game 2 that caused him to leave the ice.
He put together another strong performance though by making 36 saves on 38 shots attempted against him.
For the Blackhawks, Crawford made 29 saves on 32 shots taken against him.