Blackhawks beat Bruins 6-5 in OT, tie series 2-all
BOSTON (AP) — The Blackhawks are heading back to Chicago having regained home-ice advantage in the Stanley Cup finals and with a renewed faith in an offense that took more than 120 minutes to push a puck past Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask.
“It’s time to put all those other games behind us, the games where we struggled to score,” captain Jonathan Toews said after contributing to Chicago’s most prolific output of the playoffs in a 6-5 victory over Boston in Game 4 on Wednesday night.
“It was fun to see the puck go in as often as it did tonight. We know we can be better defensively. But we’ll use that confidence and try our best to pounce on them.”
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