Found June 22, 2013 on Fox Sports:
After an 11-goal shootout had us on the edge of our seats in Game 4, the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins got back to playing like the first-rate defensive teams that they are in the first period of Game 5 of the deadlocked Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday. After 20 minutes, the Blackhawks led 1-0 at home, the one goal coming on Patrick Kane's putback of a Johnny Oduya shot with 2:33 left in the frame. The goal is Kane's second of the series, and you can see it, in all its glory, below: Coming into the game, the focus was undoubtedly on the goaltenders, with many curious to see how Boston's Tuukka Rask and Chicago's Corey Crawford would respond to their respective trainwrecks Wednesday in Boston. In the first period Saturday, Crawford made 11 saves and Rask stopped seven of eight shots, including this little ditty: In the second period, however, Kane's dominance continued -- or maybe it was Rask regressing to the Rask of Game 4? -- as he gave the Blackhawks ...
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