By the numbers: Blackhawks-Ducks, Game 2

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Here’s a look by the numbers at the Chicago Blackhawks' 3-2 triple-overtime win over the Anaheim Ducks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals on Tuesday:

• Going 116:12, the game was the longest in the Blackhawks’ franchise history and the second-longest in the Ducks’ history. The Ducks’ longest game was a five-overtime game against the Dallas Stars on April 24, 2003. The Blackhawks’ previous longest game went 113:50 against the Montreal Canadiens on April 9, 1931.

• Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith played a game-high 49:51 and Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson played a game-high 68 shifts. Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin played a team-high 46:29. Seven players played 40-plus minutes.

• Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford made a career-high 60 saves, and Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen made a career-high 53 saves. Crawford’s previous best was 51 saves against the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals in 2013. Andersen’s previous best was 49 saves against the Carolina Hurricanes in a regular-season game on March 2, 2014.

• Ducks forward Kyle Palmieri attempted a game-high 19 shots and had a game-high eight shots on net. The Blackhawks’ Andrew Shaw and the Ducks’ Ryan Getzlaf and Patrick Maroon each had seven shots on goal.

• The Ducks won 59 faceoffs and the Blackhawks won 53 faceoffs. The Blackhawks’ Brad Richards was 17-of-30 on faceoffs and Jonathan Toews was 17-of-38. The Ducks’ Getzlaf was 15-of-31, Ryan Kesler was 20-of-37 and Nate Thompson was 14-of-26.

• The Ducks’ Clayton Stoner and the Blackhawks’ Bryan Bickell each had a game-high eight hits.

• The Ducks blocked 35 shots and the Blackhawks had 29 blocks. The Blackhawks’ Keith and Hjalmarsson each had a game-high six blocked shots.

• The teams combined for 244 shot attempts. The Ducks attempted 129 shots (62 on net, 29 blocked, 38 missed). The Blackhawks attempted 115 shots (56 on net, 35 blocked, 24 missed).

• The Ducks were a plus-8 Corsi in 5-on-5 play. They attempted 115 shots to the Blackhawks’ 108 shots in 5-on-5 play.

• The Ducks’ Richard Rakell was a game-high plus-16 Corsi (28-12). He was followed the Ducks’ Corey Perry (plus-15), Palmieri (plus-12), Maroon (plus-12) and Keith (plus-10). Keith was a game-high 56 Corsi for.

• The Ducks’ Jakob Silfverberg had a game-low minus-20 Corsi. He was followed by the Ducks’ Matt Beleskey (minus-15), Bickell (minus-14) and Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane (minus-13).

• Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook had a game-high 21 offensive-zone faceoff starts and a game-high 20 defensive-zone faceoff starts in 5-on-5 play.