Both NHL conference finals are tied at two wins apiece, but to say the Chicago Blackhawks and Anaheim Ducks have only played four games is a bit of a misnomer.
For the second time in the series, the Western Conference final went to a multiple overtime that stretched past midnight in the East late Saturday. The Hawks survived to win an epic Game Four, 5-4, on Antoine Vermette's goal at 5:37 of the second overtime.
The Hawks are the kings of marathons in the postseason. They're the first team ever to win four multi-overtime games in a single spring, as they won Game Two of this series in triple overtime and also won two- and three-OT thrillers in the first round over Nashville.
And Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun Times notes that the Hawks have been involved in eight of the multi-overtime playoff games over the last three seasons -- and have gone 7-1 in them.
Game Five of the series is Monday night and here's an incredible stat from the Sun-Times Mark Potash: Chicago is 14-0 after a series is tied 2-2 under coach Joel Quenneville, with 7-0 marks both at home and on the road.
The Blackhawks even survived a three-goal Anaheim outburst in 37 seconds of the third period that was the second-fastest in Stanley Cup history. It put the Ducks ahead, 4-3, and the Hawks in danger of falling behind in the series, 3-1. Who got the game tied and forced overtime? Of course, Patrick Kane.
In the Eastern Conference, the Rangers host Game Five tonight in Madison Square Garden against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Other than Tampa's 6-5 overtime win in Game Three, this series has been a dud when compared to its counterpart out West.
Here's a look at the highlights from Chicago-Anaheim Game Four. And there's plenty of them.