0110 GMT February 23, 2020
"Saved our season," Keith said.
The defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks was facing elimination in Game Five of its opening-round playoff series against the Blues before Kane decided he was not ready for their season to end, Reuters wrote.
Kane, who had not scored a goal in the first four games of the series after scoring 46 in the regular season, finally broke that drought when he decked through the slot and flipped a shot on goal that Brian Elliott got a piece of to knock wide.
However, Kane swooped around the net and swept the rebound in on the backhand.
It was the fifth career overtime goal in the playoffs for Kane and the 49th of his career in the playoffs. The five overtime goals ties Kane for third all-time in Stanley Cup history.
"He's a clutch player," said Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville, adding, "Obviously, he's a great player. Not a lot of players can do what he did, or does."
The Blackhawks' win cut the Blues lead in the series to 3-2 and sent it back to Chicago for Game Six, which will be played today. If a seventh game is necessary, it will be in St. Louis on Monday.