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Stanley Cup: Blackhawks down Bruins in OT to tie series

Brent Seabrook scored the winner 9:51 into overtime as the Chicago Blackhawks took  a  6-5 win over  the Boston Bruins  in a wild Game  4 of the Stanley Cup Finals  from TD  Garden. Patrick Kane threw  a shot on net from the right wing that Tuukka Rask made a stop on, but the rebound came out to the left point. Bryan  Bickell  grabbed the disc  there and  tried to get  it down low, but it bounced  off of a  couple of Bruins. However, it found its way to the stick of Seabrook, who glided over to the right point and fired a shot on net that beat
Rask cleanly to the stick side for the win and a tied series.

Kane tallied a goal and an assist for the ‘Hawks. BCorey Crawford made 28 saves in the victory.

Chicago bounced back  from losses in Game 2 and 3  to knot this best-of-seven with Game 5 set for Saturday night in Chicago.

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