Despite being on the penalty kill late in the third period of a 3-3 tilt, Brandon Pirri and Morin corralled the puck from the
Though seven goals were record, most of the first frame went scoreless until Terry Broadhurst connected at the 15:14 mark. Camped out in front of Wolves goaltender Joe Cannata, Pirri delivered a pass to the Broadhurst, who snapped his fifth goal of the season over Cannata's right shoulder.
Just 46 seconds into the middle frame and on their first power-play of the contest, Darren Haydar's pass from the faceoff circle to Nicklas Jensen in the slot resulted in the winger knotting the score at 1-1.
The tie lasted for eight minutes before the Wolves took their first lead of the game. A Haydar off-angle shot was deflected by Henrik Karlsson, however the Swedish goaltender couldn't contain the rebound as Andrew Gordon popped the puck over Karlsson's right shoulder to put Chicago out in front 2-1.
Four minutes later, the Hogs equalized the score at 2-2. While Ben Smith screened Cannata and drew two defensemen in to clog the shooting lane, Martin St. Pierre passed wing-to-wing to an open Morin, who one-timed the puck into the back of the net for his first goal of the contest.
At 5:45 of the third frame, Adam Clendening banked the puck off the boards behind the net to Pirri, whose shot deflected off of Brad Mills and over the goal line to square the game up at 3-3.
After Morin's game-winning goal, and his second of the evening, at the 17:24 mark, the Hogs went right back on the penalty kill at 17:47 when Shawn Lalonde was called for boarding. Nonetheless, the Hogs managed to hold off the Wolves' 6-on-4 attack when they pulled Cannata for the final minute and completed the 4-3 victory.
Each team fired 29 shots on goal, but Karlsson bested with 26 saves to earn his fifth victory on the campaign.