2nd-period wrap: Blackhawks 4, Lightning 4

TAMPA -- The Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning were tied 4-4 after two periods at the St. Pete Times Forum on Friday.

All the scoring in the game came in a wild middle 20 minutes as the Hawks trailed 1-0 and 2-1 before exploding for three goals in the span of 1:05 before Tampa Bay called a timeout.

The Lightning, behind a Steven Stamkos hat trick, tied the game with a power-play goal with 32 seconds remaining in the period.

Patrick Kane had three assists, including a helper on a Patrick Sharp power-play tally, the Hawks’ first goal with the man advantage in six games.

Then came the quick three scores. Kane found Marian Hossa for one, then Dan Carcillo stole a puck and netted his first goal as a Hawk on a breakaway. Finally, Hossa, Kane and Sharp all touched the puck before Sharp finished for his second of the period.

But the Hawks gave it right back. Tampa Bay scored three goals from in tight while Hawks defensemen aren’t covering the slot well. Stamkos beat Brent Seabrook and Nick Leddy on his even-strength goals and Brett Connolly scored while standing in the crease after getting by Dave Bolland.