Simon Despres broke a 1-1 tie in the final minute of the second period as Anaheim bounced back from a triple-overtime defeat in Game Two that tied the best-of-seven series.
Ducks winger Corey Perry told reporters that the team had refused to let that defeat get them down and they had focused on Game Three.
"We had our chances in that game, so be it. You move on," he said. "There's going to be roller coasters in the playoffs."
On Thursday, Patrick Maroon gave the Ducks a 1-0 lead in the first before Chicago's Patrick Kane tied it with under a minute left in the opening period.
Ryan Getzlaf added two assists for the Ducks, tying his own franchise record with 14 for the playoffs.
Anaheim goaltender Frederik Andersen made 27 saves and stood tall in the final stages where the Blackhawks brought on an extra attacker to chase an equalizer.
Kane looked to have a chance with five seconds remaining when he had the puck on his stick right in front of Anaheim's goal but could not put it towards the net.

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