After three, things remain tied at 1-1 and Game 2 is headed to overtime.
It was not a very entertaining period, that saw both teams start shortening up their shifts. Almost like they were preparing for another marathon game.
Chicago looks like they may have over exerted themselves in the first as they fired off 19 shots. In the two periods since they have only tallied nine.Boston has now closed the gap and the Hawks only lead 28-20.
Crawford has stopped 19 of 20 while Rask has stopped 27 of 28. Duncan Keith has logged over 26 minutes of ice time while both Chara and Seidenberg each have played over 25 minutes for Boston.
Patrick Sharp, who has the lone goal for Chicago, has logged 12 minutes of ice time which is only more then Bollig, Frolik and Handzus. Could he be hurt?
Hopefully everyone put a pot of coffee on and took a night because we might be in for another long night at the Madhouse tonight.