There were nine hits in the first 10 minutes, but only three shots.
Then Kane ended things after Toews skated onto a loose puck high in the Kings' zone and had only one defender to beat. He slips a perfect pass to Kane, who one-times a shot into the net.
Almost two minutes into the period, Kings center Anze Kopitar and left wing Justin Williams have a give-and-go opportunity that Kopitar slips just wide of the goal when he found himself uncontested in front of the goal.
One of those shots came from Chicago defenseman Nick Leddy with 13:03 left in the period. Leddy let loose of a slap shot from the point that Quick gloved in traffic.
Here's more play-by-play action from earlier in the game:
One wasn’t enough, so Game 5 goes to a second overtime.
The first 10 minutes of overtime flew with only one stoppage, but the second 10 minutes was broken up by icings and neutral zone inefficiency.
Blackhawks defender Brent Seabrook almost knocks home his second winner in overtime of the postseason with a shot he sends just wide of the goal with a little more than four minutes left.
The Kings see their playoff lives flash before their eyes when Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews weaves between three defenders and sends a pass to a flanking Patrick Kane, who can’t connect with the pass just more than two minutes into overtime.
The Kings take the first four shots in overtime, dominating play for long stretches.
With 10:06 to go in overtime, Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin fires a shot at Crawford, who makes a great reactionary glove save.
Immediately after that, Toews heads to the Chicago locker room with what seems to be an equipment issue.