Teuvo Teravainen scored the tiebreaking goal late in the second period, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Washington Capitals 2-1 on Thursday night to even their playoff series at two games apiece.

Warren Foegele scored 17 seconds in, giving him three goals in two home games, and Petr Mrazek made 30 saves for Hurricanes. They lost another key forward — Jordan Martinook — to injury yet fed off the energy of the largest hockey crowd in PNC Arena history to win their second straight on home ice after routing Washington 5-0 in Game 3.

Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play goal and Braden Holtby finished with 22 saves for the Capitals, who hadn’t lost consecutive games in regulation since late January.

Carolina Hurricanes' Teuvo Teravainen (86) of Finland, celebrates his goal against the Washington Capitals with teammates Sebastian Aho (20) of Finland, and Jaccob Slavin (74) during the second period of Game 4 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series in Raleigh, N. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)
Carolina Hurricanes’ Teuvo Teravainen (86) of Finland, celebrates his goal against the Washington Capitals with teammates Sebastian Aho (20) of Finland, and Jaccob Slavin (74) during the second period of Game 4 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series in Raleigh, N. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)

And in what has emerged as a theme of the first four games of the best-of-seven series, the road teams have yet to lead.

BLUES 3, JETS 2

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Jaden Schwartz scored with 15 seconds remaining to cap St. Louis’ three-goal third period, giving the Blues a 3-2 lead in their Western Conference playoff series.

Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby (70) looks back at the puck after Carolina Hurricanes' Teuvo Teravainen (86), of Finland, scored during the second period of Game 4 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series in Raleigh, N. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)
Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby (70) looks back at the puck after Carolina Hurricanes’ Teuvo Teravainen (86), of Finland, scored during the second period of Game 4 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series in Raleigh, N. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)

Ryan O’Reilly and Brayden Schenn scored earlier in the final period for the Blues, who host Game 6 of the best-of-seven series on Saturday. Jordan Binnington stopped 29 shots.

On the winning goal, Tyler Bozak sent a pass over to Schwartz, who redirected it out of the air past Hellebuyck.

Winnipeg was up 2-0 after the first period on goals by Adam Lowry and Kevin Hayes. Connor Hellebuyck made 26 saves as the Jets lost their sixth straight at home, including the regular season.

Carolina Hurricanes' Warren Foegele (13) celebrates his goal with Dougie Hamilton (19) nearby during the first period of Game 4 of the team's NHL hockey first-round playoff series against the Washington Capitals in Raleigh, N. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)
Carolina Hurricanes’ Warren Foegele (13) celebrates his goal with Dougie Hamilton (19) nearby during the first period of Game 4 of the team’s NHL hockey first-round playoff series against the Washington Capitals in Raleigh, N. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)

The Blues’ win marked the first time in 15 years, and fourth time overall, the road team has won each of the first five games in a seven-game series. According to a league stat, when a best-of-seven NHL playoff series is tied 2-2, the winner of Game 5 takes the series 78.8 per cent all time (205-55).

SHARKS 5, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Tomas Hertl got San Jose off to the fast start that had been missing the past three games, Martin Jones came up with the big saves and the Sharks staved off elimination in Game 5 of their first-round series.

St. Louis Blues' Jaden Schwartz (17) scores the against Winnipeg Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck (37) as Jets' Jacob Trouba (8) defends in the final minute of Game 5 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)
St. Louis Blues’ Jaden Schwartz (17) scores the against Winnipeg Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck (37) as Jets’ Jacob Trouba (8) defends in the final minute of Game 5 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)

Hertl scored his first of two goals just 76 seconds into the game to give the Sharks their first lead since Game 1. Logan Couture, Barclay Goodrow and Joe Pavelski also scored to cut the Golden Knights’ lead in the series to 3-2 heading into Game 6 in Vegas on Sunday night.

Jones made 30 saves after getting pulled in two of the past three games, including a brilliant pad save midway through the third period to rob Reilly Smith’s attempt at the tying goal on a 2-on-1 after Vegas had cut it to 3-2 on Jonathan Marchessault’s power-play goal.

Fleury made 24 saves after a shutout in Game 4. Smith scored earlier in the game on a power play for the Golden Knights, who were hoping to eliminate the Sharks on their home ice for the second straight year.

St. Louis Blues' Carl Gunnarsson (4), Jaden Schwartz (17), Alexander Steen (20) and Tyler Bozak (21) celebrate Schwartz's goal against the Winnipeg Jets in the final minute of Game 5 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)
St. Louis Blues’ Carl Gunnarsson (4), Jaden Schwartz (17), Alexander Steen (20) and Tyler Bozak (21) celebrate Schwartz’s goal against the Winnipeg Jets in the final minute of Game 5 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)

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Winnipeg Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck reacts after St. Louis Blues' Jaden Schwartz scored in the final minute of Game 5 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)
Winnipeg Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck reacts after St. Louis Blues’ Jaden Schwartz scored in the final minute of Game 5 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)