The Anaheim Ducks won Game 5 just like they drew it up.
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Fall behind big with a short amount of time left, then mount an amazing comeback and win in double overtime.
Or maybe not.
But that's exactly how it went down in Game 5 against the Edmonton Oilers, who led 3-0 until Ducks forward Ryan Getzlaf scored with 3:16 left.
Then, Cam Fowler made it 3-2 just 35 seconds later.
Rickard Rakell's backhander that beat Oilers goalie Cam Talbot, who made a remarkable 60 saves, after a wild scrum in front of the net with just 15 seconds left knotted things up.
That set the stage for Corey Perry, who scored in overtime to complete a ridiculous comeback.
There was just one other time in Stanley Cup Playoff history that saw a three-goal deficit erased in the final four minutes to force overtime.
It happened in 1997. The Dallas Stars gave up the lead and lost in overtime.
The team that won that game? The Edmonton Oilers.