Chicago completes comeback win over Toronto

The Chicago Blackhawks battled back from three-goals down to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-4 in overtime at the Air Canada Centre Saturday night.

Chicago won as a -125 road favorite while the final score played over the total of six goals.

The Blackhawks were down 3-0 mid way through the second period before scoring four goals in the final 27 minutes of the game. Patrick Sharp got the ball rolling with two in the second. Patrick Kane and Ben Eager tied the game in the third and Dave Bolland wasted little time netting the game winner just under a minute into the overtime.

Pavel Kubina, Matt Stajan, Dominic Moore and Alexei Ponikarovsky all scored in the crushing loss. Toronto fired 36 shots on goal while allowing Chicago to pepper Vesa Toskala with 38 shots.