Found June 15, 2013 on The Nosebleeds:
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The Blackhawks severely outplayed the Bruins in the first period, with the ‘Hawks outshooting the Bruins 19 to 4. Tuukka Rask was great from the get-go, stopping 18 of 19 to help bail out his teammates. Chicago’s only goal of the first came at the 11:22 mark of the first period when Andrew Sharp was able to pick one on a sprawled Rask, who had stopped a barrage of shots just prior. Sharp’s shot somehow navigated its way through a crowded crease and found it’s way into the top corner of the net to put the Blackhawks up 1-0.   The B’s might have caught a break shortly after Sharp’s goal when a Marian Hossa looked to stuff the puck through Rask and past the Bruins goal line, but the referees blew the whistle and waved off the goal. A review followed and the call stood. The post End of first: Bruins struggle, Patrick Sharp gives ‘Hawks 1-0 lead appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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