Haydar potted his sixth professional hat trick while forwards Jared Ross (G, 2A) and Spencer Machacek (G, A) also added multiple points for the Wolves.
Haydar tallied the game-winning overtime goal on the power play with one second remaining in the extra frame. Working on the power-play, center Jason Krog laid a pass off to Haydar at the point who blasted a shot through the legs of Monsters goaltender Trevor Cann.
Chicago (6-4-1-0) trailed by three goals, three different times in the game, including facing a 5-2 deficit 22:44 into the game. Right wing Akim Aliu cut the Monsters lead to 5-3 when he snapped a quick shot past Cann at 13:47 of the second period.
The Wolves drew to within 5-4 just under three minutes later when Haydar pushed home a rebound off of a Paul Postma shot at 16:39.
Haydar tied the score at five with his second goal of the game at 11:40 of the final frame. Cann went to play a dump in behind his net and the puck caromed of the boards and rolled to the crease where Haydar jumped on the loose puck and deposited it into the empty net.
Lake Erie (5-5-1-1) opened scoring five minutes into the first period when defenseman Mark Olver’s shot hit off the shoulder of Wolves netminder Peter Mannino and the puck squirted behind him and defenseman Ray Macias tapped the puck into the empty net.
The Monsters made their lead two when defenseman Joel Chouinard fired a shot from the point, which was redirected by center Ryan Stoa past Mannino at 6:12.
Lake Erie inched ahead 3-0 when center Mike Carmen picked up a loose puck off a dump in into the Wolves zone and wristed a shot past Mannino from the far circle.
The Wolves got on the board while on the power-play at 15:41 of the opening frame. Left wing Nigel Dawes shot from the top of the far circle was stopped by Cann, but Cann coughed up a rebound and Ross slipped the puck into the empty net.
The Monsters regained their three-goal lead when center Ben Walter finished a three-on-two rush by banging home a one-timer from the slot past Mannino at 16:46.
Mannino kicked out 10 of 14 shots in twenty minutes of action before being replaced by Edward Pasquale at the start of the second period.
Chicago closed to with 4-2 with 2:25 remaining in the first period when right wing Spencer Machacek picked up a loose puck behind the Lake Erie net, and stuffed a wrap around past Cann.
Cann (0-1-0) stopped 29 of 35 shots in regulation and overtime.
Right Wing Tom Zanoski made the score 5-2 in favor of the Monsters 2:44 into the second period. Lake Erie won a face-off in the
Wolves zone and Zanoski redirected forward Curtis Fraser’s shot past a screened Edward Pasquale.
Pasquale (5-2-0) thwarted 25 shots in regulation and overtime.
The Wolves travel to Michigan to take on the Grand Rapids Griffins at Van Andel Arena Saturday at 6 p.m.
Chicago 2 2 1 1-- 6
Lake Erie 4 1 0 0-- 5
First Period---1, Lake Erie, Macias 1 (Olver, Stoa), 4:57 pp; 2, Lake Erie, Stoa 1 (Chouinard, Macias), 6:12 pp; 3, Lake Erie, Carman 1 (Chouinard), 7:58 pp; 4, Chicago, Ross 3 (Machacek, Dawes), 15:41 pp; 5, Lake Erie, Walter 3 (Mauldin), 16:46; 6, Chicago, Machacek 3 (Matheson, Valabik), 17:35. Penalties---Talbot, Lake Erie (tripping), 0:49; Esposito, Chicago (major elbowing, game misconduct), 3:42; Anderson, Lake Erie (slashing), 8:14; Bench, Lake Erie (too many men), 14:25.
Second Period---7, Lake Erie, Zanoski 1 (Fraser, Anderson), 2:44; 8, Chicago, Aliu 1 (Ross), 13:47; 9, Chicago, Haydar 4 (Postma, Ross), 16:39. Penalties---Deveaux, Chicago (tripping), 5:01; Fraser, Lake Erie (cross-checking), 11:25; Deveaux, Chicago (tripping), 19:17.
Third Period---10, Chicago, Haydar 5 (unassisted), 11:40. Penalties---Bordeleau, Lake Erie (misconduct), 2:48; Stoa, Lake Erie (delay of game), 3:09; Stoa, Lake Erie (interference), 8:20.
Overtime---11, Chicago, Haydar 6 (Krog), 4:59 pp. Penalties---Montgomery, Lake Erie (hooking), 4:32.
Shots on goal---Chicago: 14-10-9-2--35. Lake Erie: 14-12-11-3--40. Power plays---Chicago: 2-7. Lake Erie: 3-6. Goalies--
Chicago, Mannino (10-14), replaced by Pasqaule (25-26) at 20:00. Lake Erie, Cann (29-35). A---4,394. Referee---Keith Kavel. Linesmen---Mathieu Chenier and David Kumler.