Found June 13, 2013 on Total Sports Blog:
As the clock was about to strike midnight in Chicago, Blackhawks defenseman Michael Rozsival took a shot from the point that was deflected by Dave Boland in the slot and then again by Andrew Shaw past  Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask. The goal was scored with just under 8 minutes left in the third overtime.  The game became  the 5th longest in Stanley Cup history. Boston Bruins goalie Tuuka Rask made 59 saves on 63 shots, while the Blackhawks netminder Corey Crawford, made 51 saves on 54 shots. Check out the game winning goal after the jump The post VIDEO: Chicago Blackhawks Win Game 1 Of The Stanley Cup Finals In Triple OT appeared first on Total Sports Blog.

Shaw mic'd up for triple overtime game-winner

Game 1 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals was one of the most exciting games of the entire playoffs, and NBC got lucky when they chose to mic up Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw.  Shaw ended up scoring the game-winning goal in the third overtime against the Boston Bruins and hearing his reaction is absolutely priceless. []

Andrew Shaw drops F-Bomb during post-Game 1 interview

Andrew Shaw netted the game-winning goal for the Blackhawks in triple overtime in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, so he was understandably very excited during his postgame interview with NBC’s Pierre McGuire immediately following the big goal. That might explain the f-bomb he dropped about 10 seconds into the interview: “It was a great shot, great tip…f**kin’ unbelievable...

Listen To a Mic’d Up Andrew Shaw Score and Celebrate a Triple Overtime Winner

The NHL definitely picked the right player to toss a microphone on during the Blackhawks triple overtime Game 1 win over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night. Andrew Shaw who scored the game winner in the third overtime was mic’d up at the time, and the NHL has kindly provided the video. Just awesome. [NESN] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Andrew Shaw Lives Up to Reputation as Agitator, But Also Shines as Game 1 Hero

We all knew Andrew Shaw would play a vital role in the Stanley Cup Final, but there weren’t many who thought he’d make such a big impact as early as he did. The Blackhawks forward was one Chicago’s best players in its 4-3 triple-overtime win in Game 1 of the Cup Final on Wednesday night before being credited with the game-winner on what had become Thursday morning.  Shaw,...

GARTH: Shawt It Out Loud

Andrew Shaw will never have to buy another beer in the Windy City ever again. Nor a cup of coffee, either. The Belleville native scored one of the most memorable and dramatic goals in NHL Stanley Cup history in the wee hours of Thursday morning. Shaw ended the triple overtime classic with the flick of his wrists. It was nearly 1:30am in the east when Shaw had the presence of...

Andrew Shaw Was Mic’ed Up For Game 1 Winning Goal

Game 1 of the 2013 Stanley Cup finals was a long, long, long battle that needed a double deflection in the 3rd overtime to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 4-3 win over the Boston Bruins. Andrew Shaw, who was the last person to touch the puck, was wearing a microphone so his celebration was recorded. Shaw kept professing his love for Dave Bolland, who deflected the puck first – ...

Elite matchup: Two goalies, one Cup

Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask was as quick with a correction as he's been with his pads this postseason. "I said 'good' goalie," Rask said with a slight smirk. No, Rask didn't call himself an 'elite' goalie during the Stanley Cup Media Day on Tuesday. His counterpart on the Chicago Blackhawks, Corey Crawford, didn't either. But stats and...

Andrew Shaw winning goal was deflected twice (Video)

Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks was one of the longest games in NHL playoff history. The two teams played well into a third overtime before 21-year-old center Andrew Shaw put himself in a perfect position to deflect a puck past Tuukka Rask. Shaw was actually the [...]

Brilliant Start to the Stanley Cup Finals, NBA Should Take Notes

Of course, it was Andrew Shaw. The pesky little forward always gets up when he’s knocked down. The three-overtime opener of the Stanley Cup finals came to a thrilling end at the stroke of midnight Wednesday because the tenacious Shaw is a whole lot more than his reputation for irritating opposing players. Shaw skated in front of the goal at the right time, deflecting Dave Bolland‘s...

Tuukka Rask, Bruins’ Team-First Mentality Should Give B’s Plenty of Confidence Despite Game 1 Loss

Editor’s note: In the spirit of sports brotherhood—and trash talk—RedEye and the New England Sports Network have created a columnist exchange. Chicago vs. Boston. Blackhawks vs. Bruins. Bag Boy vs. NESN hockey writer Mike Cole. Have at it, gentlemen.  All it took for the Blackhawks to win Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final was a puck off of a skate, a few Bruins’ shots ringing...

Tuukka Rask, Corey Crawford the Leading Contenders for Conn Smythe Trophy

Each year, the Conn Smythe Trophy is given to the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Unlike the NFL, NBA and MLB, the playoff award is given to the best player in the entire postseason and not just the final round. Goaltenders tend to get the award often. The last two winners were netminders, as were five of the last 10. This year, the goaltenders on each side appear...

Crawford shines in Chicago's 4-3 triple OT win

Corey Crawford bested Tuukka Rask in the stat that really counts. The Blackhawks goalie was outstanding in overtime - all three periods of it - keeping his teammates in the game long enough to finally overcome Boston 4-3 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals on Wednesday night. He smothered a 2-on-1 breakaway in the first OT, frustrated David Krejci time and again and had so many...

Game One

The longest game of the 2013 playoffs so far is over.  Chicago wins 4-3 in triple overtime after 112:08 of game play. Andrew Shaw was credited with the game winning goal on a deflection.  I have always been a big fan of long overtime games like that.  I think the biggest we saw in this game that could be important comes to the way Boston managed their bench in a poor way....

Looking Past Game One of the Stanley Cup Finals: Can the Bruins Recover?

For the first time in 34 years two of professional hockey’s original six teams meet to fight for the Stanley Cup. The Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks kicked off the grand finale of the NHL season Wednesday night in Chicago with both teams coming into this series with a ton of confidence and momentum. Both won their final games by a single goal: the Bruins in regulation to...

Chicago Blackhawks defeat Boston in triple overtime, take Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

Go figure. At 11:59 PM  Central Daylight Time, David Bolland AND Andrew Shaw tipped a Michal Rozsival shot to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 4-3 triple overtime victory over the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Stellar game.
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