The Detroit Red Wings suffered their second stunning third-period meltdown of the series Friday.

But their captain was there to lift them.

Henrik Zetterberg scored his second goal of the game at 1:04 of overtime to give the Red Wings a 4-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks at Joe Louis Arena in Game 6 of the Western Conference quarterfinals.

The series is tied 3-3 and will be decided Sunday night in Game 7 at the Honda Center.

Zetterberg, who hadn't scored in the first five games of the series, blasted in a slap shot that deflected in off a Ducks player. Pavel Datsyuk won the offensive-zone faceoff to set up the play.

It is the first time in Red Wings history they have had four overtime games in one series. Detroit has won three of them.

After getting third-period goals from Zetterberg and Justin Abdelkader, the Red Wings appeared to have the game in hand. But, Emerson Etam and Bobby Ryan scored goals 51 seconds apart late in regulation to tie it.

Etam scored at 16:32 following a terrible decision by Valtteri Filppula, who passed the puck behind his net thinking a teammates was there. Only Etam was there, and he corralled it and quickly tucked it past a surprised Jimmy Howard.

Ryan then tied it with 2:37 to play by swatting in a shot from the crease.

The Red Wings suffered a similar collapse in Game 2 -- after the Ducks scored three goals in the final 13 minutes of regulation – but came back to win in overtime.