It did not take long for Goss to make the gamble will pay off, setting the stage Anisimov be a hero in overtime.
Hossa scored the equalizer with 2:11 remaining in regulation and Anisimov scored on a rebound 1:15 into overtime as the Blackhawks rallied to beat New Jersey 3-2 on Friday night, giving the Devils their first loss of home.
'' Time is running out and a 6-on-4 is a very dangerous view, '' said Quenneville. '' Fortunately, we had a quick little play on the network. We had a normal 5-on-4, and it came to an end, and I still believed that a 2 1/2 (min) or two and change, you want the 6-by-4. ''
Hossa was the player who came off the bench with about a 35 to 40-seconds left in the four-minute high-sticking penalty Vernon Fiddler, and it only took about 10 seconds for him to score.
Toews sent the puck from the right circle through the crease and Richard Panik and Hossa swept his wand at him at the same time Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid on the other side of the net.
'' It was a free lane to the far post, and I put all of that was just to make sure I put it in the net, '' said Hossa. '' I know that Richard put his stick there, too, and we all just shoveled into the net. It does not matter who got the goal for as long as it was tying goal. ''
Panarin, who also scored in Chicago, took a shot from the right circle on the fifth goal of the season Anisimov. Kincaid, who made 26 saves, stopped the blow, but he's no chance of a rebound.
Chicago outshot New Jersey 17-4 in the third period and overtime.
PA Parenteau and John Moore scored for New Jersey, which was 3-0 at home. Kincaid made 26 saves in his first start of the season.
'' If you break this game down, we controlled the game, we played hard, dictated the course of the game, "said," Devils coach John Hynes. '' We played hard enough to earn a point, and did not play smart enough to make two points. ''
Moore gave Devils the lead early in the third period with a front slam dunk.
Taylor Hall did all the work on the first goal of the season Moore. He carried the puck into the Blackhawks zone, skated to the right circle and sent a backhand pass to the network. The puck hit the skate of the devils forward Kyle Palmieri and went straight to the wide open Moore.
Panarin, who hit the post in the first period, tied the score 1-1 in the second period with a power play goal just 13 seconds after Devils defenseman Damon Severson was caused by hanging.
Patrick Kane found a rookie last year, in the left circle, and he beat Kinkaid shot into the top corner with a shot Artem Anisimov Jersey screening.
Crawford was the difference in the second period, stopping all 16 shots from New Jersey. His best was a snapping glove on a power-play chance Hall with New Jersey ahead 1-0 and emphasis rebound stop Beau Bennett with the game tied 1-all.