Josh Olson capped a hat trick with 17 seconds in regulation, then scored on his shootout attempt to help San Antonio post a 5-4 win over Cincinnati on Sunday evening.
The Rampage rallied from an early three-goal deficit to earn two big points in the West Division standings.
The Mighty Ducks exploded for four power-play goals in the first period, converting on each of their first four man advantages. Chris Kunitz and Pierre Parenteau each had a goal and two assists as Cincinnati opened up a 4-1 lead 13:22 into the game.
Chris Nielsen added a goal and an assist for San Antonio, and Petr Taticek and Jay Bouwmeester recorded two assists apiece.
Patrick DesRochers stopped 18 of 19 shots in relief of Travis Scott to earn the win in goal.
Elsewhere on Sunday:
Matt Murley‘s hat trick sparked Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to a 5-2 win at Providence… Jim Campbell and Chris Campoli recorded a goal and two assists each as Bridgeport rallied from three goals down to defeat Hartford, 6-4… Allan Rourke scored shorthanded in the third period and Mike Zigomanis converted in the sixth shootout round as Lowell posted a 3-2 win in Manchester… Kirk Daubenspeck made 27 saves as Portland shut out Worcester, 4-0, Daubenspeck’s first AHL win since Apr. 7, 2000… Jeff Ulmer scored 2:30 into overtime to give Hershey a 2-1 win over Albany… Francois Beauchemin recorded two assists in Syracuse’s 3-2 shootout win at Binghamton.