Brad Marchand scored two goals in 68 seconds to give the Bruins a one-goal lead over the Blackhawks early in the second period, but it wasn't long before Brandon Bollig tied things back up on Sund
The shots were there. The hits were there. The speed was there. And like much of the 2013 postseason, overtime was needed to determine a winner.
Patrick Kane had been struggling to score lately, be it during regulation or overtime or the shootout, where he was 0-for-9 entering Sunday’s matinee with the Boston Bruins.