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Boston Bruins forward #20 Daniel Paille celebrates his game two overtime winner
Thankfully everyone watching game two of the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals didn’t have to stay up until 1am. Instead the Boston Bruins were able to win the game in overtime, sending the series back to Boston tied at one. There is plenty of praise to go around in this recap; not because the B’s won this game, but because they did so after being absolutely dominated during the first half of regulation.
There is really no way to say it without putting it bluntly. The Bruins were completely dominated in the first period of game two, and had it not been for the outstanding play of Tuukka Rask, they would be down in the finals 2-0. Rask would finish the game without letting in another goal despite a goal review that will remain in infamy for Chicago fans. The Hawks believed they scored, but the referee blew the whistle dead and the play was nullified. Aside from these blemishes though, Rask was flawless.
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They didn’t need third overtime tonight, just one. The Boston Bruins have tied up the Stanley Cup Finals at 1-1 with Daniel Paille’s overtime winner at 13:48 of overtime. Check out the recap and video of the OT winner after the jump. Early on in the game, the Chicago Blackhawks controlled the play with 19 shots in the first period. Patrick Sharp put the Blackhawks up...
Daniel Paille scored at 13:48 in overtime to give the Boston Bruins a 2-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals, evening their series. The teams went to overtime for the second straight game, but this one ended two periods before Game 1. After being out-shot 19-4 and falling [...]
The Bruins let their fans hit the sack early for once Monday night.
After requiring overtime(s) in each of the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final, Boston put away the Blackhawks in regulation in Game 3, claiming a 2-0 victory to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.
The squads skated to a scoreless tie through the first period of play, but Daniel Paille — Saturday...
The Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins are very evenly matched teams. Game 1 was triple overtime thriller on Wednesday, and on Saturday, Game 2 was another fantastic overtime game. Bruins forward Daniel Paille caught a cross-ice pass from Tyler Seguin and fired a quick one right underneath Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford’s glove and off the post and in. The Bruins...
Boston Bruins forward Daniel Paille has scored the last two goals for the Boston Bruins. Tyler Seguin is starting to heat up in the scoring department as well. About halfway through game three, it's been a pretty even game with the shots 16-15 in the Bruins favor. The Bruins have blocked 10 shots to the Blackhawks one.
3-game point streak for Seguin now with the helper on...
The NHL has had some fantastic luck with the players they have chosen to mic up during their games. In the triple overtime Game 1 thriller, the game-winning goal scorer Andrew Shaw was mic’d up. This time in overtime of Game 2, Tyler Seguin was mic’d up and he set up the game-winning goal. A lot of it had to be edited out because of Seguin swearing, but if I’m a Bruins...
Goals by Daniel Paille and Patrice Bergeron after a scoreless first period gave the Boston Bruins a 2-0 lead over the Chicago Blackhawks through two periods in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals Monday night.
With the series tied 1-1, the Blackhawks suffered a key loss moments before the game when forward Marian Hossa was scratched from the lineup after being hit by a puck during...
Daniel Paille scored in overtime and the Boston Bruins beat the Chicago Blackhawks 2-1 Saturday to tie the Stanley Cup finals at one game apiece.
The Blackhawks failed to clear the puck along the boards. Tyler Seguin picked it up and delivered a cross-ice pass to Paille, who beat Corey Crawford on his glove side for the winner at 13:48 of the extra period.
Game 3 is Monday at Boston...
And just like that -- the Boston Bruins are back in the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals.Proving these teams are ridiculously even -- and that overtime periods could become the norm in this series -- the Bruins' Daniel Paille scored at the 13:48 mark in overtime to give the Bruins a much-needed victory in Chicago Saturday night.After a disastrous Game 1, where they blew a two-goal lead...
Immediately following Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Bruins and Blackhawks, ESPN’s SportsCenter account figured they’d try their hand at tackling this whole “hockey” phenomenon with an exciting tweet recapping the game. Unfortunately, nobody told them that Daniel Paille, NOT Tyler Seguin, netted the game-winner for Boston.
The tweet was quickly deleted and all...
Now we've got ourselves a Stanley Cup Final series.
Three nights after a devastating triple-overtime loss in Game 1, the Boston Bruins grabbed a thrilling overtime win of their own, a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 2. (Seriously, can't these guys finish a game in regulation?)
Saturday's game was again a battle of outstanding goalies, with Corey Crawford...
The Stanley Cup Final may as well be a best-of-8 given the fact that both Games 1 and 2 went to overtime...And despite an incredibly slow start, the Boston Bruins rallied from an early deficit and defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 2-1 in overtime thanks to a goal by Daniel Paille.
After three full games' worth of play and then some, the series is tied 1-1, and it heads back to...
According to Jack Edwards, the Stanley Cup Final could basically come down to a coin flip. “The high school probability test,” he calls it. What Edwards means is that the Bruins and Blackhawks are undoubtedly the two best teams in the NHL, and that they are so evenly matched that the series should be exciting right up until the end.
On Monday morning, Edwards called in to KISS...
Tuukka Rask made 28 saves to earn his third shutout of the playoffs, leading the Bruins to a 2-0 victory in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Bruins now lead Chicago 2 games to 1 with Game 4 coming up on Wednesday. Daniel Paille scored early in the second period, followed by a [...]