NHL: Marian Hossa seals the comeback for the Chicago Blackhawks

Last Updated: 07/06/13 5:51am

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Chicago Blackhawks celebrate Marian Hossa's goal

Chicago Blackhawks celebrate Marian Hossa's goal

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The Chicago Blackhawks are just one win away from reaching the Stanley Cup Finals after their 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings.

Marian Hossa scored 1:10 into the third period to settle the comeback win for the Blackhawks - with the Kings left wondering what could have been.

The defending champions led twice - through Slava Voynov in the first period and Dustin Penner in the second - however they failed to build on the advantages.

First Bryan Bickell, with his eighth goal of the play-offs, and then Patrick Kane pulled Chicago level.

Hossa then put the Presidents' Trophy winners ahead for the first time at the start of the third, and the Blackhawks held on for a victory which put them 3-1 up in the best-of-seven series.

Chicago will attempt to seal their progress in front of their own fans on Saturday.

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