After going THREE overtimes in game one of the Stanley Cup Finals, the Bruins and Blackhawks squared off last night in a game that looked like it would swing Chicago's way from the start. Patrick Sharp scored first for the Blackhawks, and the team amassed 16 scoring chances to Boston's 2 in the first period.
The B's Chris Kelly snuck one in late in the second, though, then the two teams played a scoreless third and headed into yet another overtime—where 95-year-old Jaromir Jagr went post in the first two minutes. Daniel Paille succeeded later in the extra time where Jagr barely failed:
As you can see, the cross-ice pass from Tyler Seguin was almost as dirty Paille’s wrister. And a pretty thrilling series now heads to Boston for Monday's Game Three.