Found June 19, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook let a blast go from the point to beat Tuukka Rask for the crucial game-winning goal in Game 4.  Jonathan Toews did a fantastic job screening Rask and he never saw the shot.  The Blackhawks were in a must-win scenario and the series is now tied 2-2 heading to Game 5 in Chicago.

(Video) 2013 SCF: Brent Seabrook's game winning goal

At the 09:51 mark of the overtime period, the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Boston Bruin 6-5 to tie the seires and send it back to Chicago for Saturday night's game. Brent Seabrook scored the winning goal in overtime as the Blackhawks defeated the Bruins, 6-5 in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. — Boston Globe Bruins (@GlobeBruins) June 20, 2013 Jonathan Toews OT...

Austin NBC affiliate cuts to commercial just before OT game-winner of Game 4

One would assume there were a lot of pissed off hockey fans in Austin, Texas last night considering Austin’s local NBC affiliate decided to air a promo for their morning news program instead of Brent Seabrook’s overtime game-winner during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. The station cut away from the game right before Seabrook’s slap shot, aired portions of three commercials...

Cheaters are winning the Bucci Overtime Challenge

It’s been a playoff hockey tradition for the past three years and it has become more popular now than ever.  The rules are simple, a Twitter user needs only to submit their two picks (one from each team) to score the overtime winner using the hashtag #bucciovertimechallenge and ESPN’s John Buccigross will retweet some and give out a few t-shirts.  It started off as only a...

Austin NBC Affiliate Cuts Away From Stanley Cup, Airs Promos Instead of Game-Winning Goal (Video)

Bruins fans who wished they could have looked away during the game-winning goal in Game 4 would have had their wish in Austin, Texas. NBC affiliate KXAN accidentally aired a promo for its morning news in the middle of overtime, taking viewers away from the NHL action at the most crucial juncture. Instead of seeing the series-tying goal by Brent Seabrook, Texans were treated to KXAN...

Hawks get even in Game 4 thriller

Patrick Sharp threw a fist pump so hard he landed on the ice. "That was as happy as I've been to score a goal in all my career," the Blackhawks left wing said of his third-period score Wednesday night -- though the bigger celebration had to wait a little longer. . . until Brent Seabrook scored 9:51 into overtime to give Chicago a 6-5 win over the Boston Bruins to even...

How will Crawford, Rask respond?

Before both goaltenders lost control of the crease in Game 4's 6-5 shootout on Wednesday, the Stanley Cup Final was mostly dominated by the guys with the extra padding in net. Corey Crawford went from being unstoppable in Games 1-3 to not being able to stop a beach ball on his glove side in Game 4. And Tuukka Rask, who has three shutouts already in these playoffs, had his wheels...

2013 Stanley Cup Finals: Blackhawks beat Bruins 6-5 in OT to cap crazy roller-coaster Stanley Cup game

BOSTON – The Boston Bruins’ comeback fell short this time. And suddenly the Stanley Cup final is a lot more interesting. Brent Seabrook scored at 9:51 of overtime to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 6-5 win over the never-say-die Bruins in a wild game Wednesday night. The defenseman’s shot through traffic that beat Boston goalie Tuukka Rask gives the Blackhawks, who never trailed...

The evolution of Danny Paille

The NHL is one of the few sports that rewards an entire playoff MVP at the end of the Finals. If the Boston Bruins were to win the Stanley Cup, it would likely be awarded to their goalie Tuukka Rask who has been incredible throughout the entire post-season. Without him, the Boston Bruins are not two wins away from capturing their second Stanley Cup in three years. If the NHL were...

Daily Rundown: Bruins Take Series Lead

For the first time in the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals, a game was decided in regulation. After dropping the first game in three overtimes, the Boston Bruins have rallied to take a 2-1 series lead following a 2-0 shutout of the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 3 on Monday. Tuukka Rask stopped all 28 shot attempts [...]

Blackhawks win wild 6-5 game, tie series at 2-2

Well, our old friend overtime was back in Boston Wednesday night -- with the Blackhawks outlasting the Bruins 6-5 (OT) in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals.With the win, Chicago tied the series at 2-2. It was the third game of the series that went to overtime.However, with a pivotal game 5 in the Windy City Saturday night, this game was vastly different than the previous three games...

Tracking the Playoffs: Stanley Cup Final Game 4

Since the beginning of June, Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask had only allowed seven goals over a seven game stretch and was running hot with a save percentage of .960-.980. He has done more than enough to prove that is a top-tier goaltender, but any goaltender sustaining those kind of numbers over any period of time is unrealistic and Rask was going to come back down to Earth sooner...

Game 3 Highlights

       The Bruins did an excellent job of controlling the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday night, skating to a 2-0 victory in the third game of the Stanley Cup Finals. Goals for the Bruins came from the sticks of Daniel Paille and Patrice Bergeron, backed by a once again solid Tuukka Rask, who stopped all 28 shots he faced. Here's your highlights below, via NHLVideo on Youtube...

Bruins stifle Blackhawks in 2-0 win, take 2-1 series edge

For the first time during the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals, one team finally took control of a game -- and won in convincing fashion.The Bruins, behind a stifling defense, beat the Blackhawks 2-0 in Game 3 Monday night in Boston. The Bruins now own a 2-1 series lead and loads of momentum heading into Game 4. It also marked Boston's 7th straight home victory in the 2013 NHL playoffs...
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