- Saturday, April 21, 7 p.m.
Boedker skated ahead of defenseman Nick Leddy and shoveled the puck under goalie Corey Crawford at 2:15 in the fourth straight game that has gone to an extra period.
"Actually, I don't know how it slid in, but I'm happy it did," Boedker said. "It was a bobbled puck and I felt like I got to it first and I kind of hit it and it bounced over the D-man's stick and I was partially alone there for a little bit, at least. It went in and it's an amazing feeling."
Game 5 is Saturday in Arizona.
Michael Frolik's tap-in from the left side with 1:26 left in regulation tied it and marked the third time in four games the Blackhawks rallied to force overtime after pulling Crawford for an extra attacker.
Shane Doan and Taylor Pyatt scored 44 seconds apart to give the Coyotes a 2-0 lead in the third.
Brendan Morrison, making his first appearance in the series, scored to make it 2-1 and send the United Center crowd into a frenzy.
Phoenix dominated play early in the final period. After being outshot 23-10 through the first two periods, the Coyotes had eight shots on goal to just one for the Blackhawks in the first 10 minutes.
The Coyotes came into one of the toughest buildings in the NHL and won two in a row. They beat a Chicago team missing winger Marian Hossa, who'd been knocked out of Game 3 by a thunderous shoulder-to-head hit from Raffi Torres, who has been suspended indefinitely.