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 (26 saves) and Tuukka Rask (33 saves) dueling all night and continuing to play like the best netminders in hockey. But it really takes something special to be one of the game's real three stars, and neither one of these guys had it.
Who did? Take a look below.
FIRST STAR: Daniel Paille
Paille had himself a big-time game Saturday night, and it wasn't just his game-winning, series-tying goal in overtime that sealed first-star status for the Bruins left winger. (Though that goal was probably worth watching again, so enjoy it below -- fast forward to the 1:03 mark for the winning play.)
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