Jakob Silfverberg knows who knows things.

The first-year Duck watched his more experienced teammates former NHL MVP Corey Perry and distinguished veteran Teemu Selanne score shootout goals by hammering shots to Phoenix goalie Mike Smith's left side.

And on the Ducks' sixth shot of the extra session Silfverberg followed with another — the game-winner in a 3-2 victory over the Coyotes at Honda Center that extended the Ducks' winning streak to six games.

"I watched their shots … wherever is open I try to go there and that turned out great" said Silfverberg who is now 5-for-8 in his career in shootouts.

Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller then ended the game by denying Phoenix captain Shane Doan's attempt to beat Hiller to his left side.

"I was trying not to move too early so we he wouldn't have too much" space "but he tried to deke and my leg was quick enough to get a piece of it" Hiller said. "Little nerve-racking."

Just getting to overtime was significant for the Ducks (6-1) whose fate seemed sealed to be a 2-1 loss thanks to Smith's 37 saves and another round of power play woes.

Then Ducks center Nick Bonino flung a desperate shot toward the net after retreating to catch the puck near the blue line.

And with 6-foot-4 Dustin Penner standing in front of Smith to obscure his view the puck flew to hit the net for a tying goal with 2:02 remaining in the game.

"Luck" Bonino said. "I had an extra second knew Penner was stationed in front there just tried to put it on net and about halfway there I saw the line the puck was on was pretty good and Smith had no idea where the puck was."

Bonino also scored the opening goal of the shootout which the Ducks won 4-3.

"Coming back and fighting hard — we have good character" Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said. "It was a seesaw game."

The coach said Selanne played his best game of the season after opening scoring with career goal No. 677.

A steal by Ducks center Mathieu Perreault set up the Selanne shot which slid under the left pad of Smith 6:38 into the game.