In a game that started on Wednesday and ended on Thursday, the Chicago Blackhawks edged out the Boston Bruins, 4-3, in a Stanley Cup Finals Game One that needed three overtimes to finish.
The Bruins jumped out to a 3-1 in the third period, but the Blackhawks were able to tie the game after goals by David Bolland and Johnny Oduya. The Hawks continued to fighting throughout overtimes one and two before winning the game on a deflection by Andrew Shaw in the third overtime.
Ricky Widmer and Mark Weber of The Onside Kick bring you their thoughts and reactions to the Game One Stanley Cup Finals win by the Chicago Blackhawks. They discuss their key points and how this game could affect both teams in Game Two on Saturday.
Tell us what you think down below. Did the Blackhawks luck out in Game One? What do you expect from Game Two? What will Boston do with the injury to Nathan Horton?
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