The Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins made history Wednesday night when Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final lasted well into the third overtime period. When Andrew Shaw finally ended the war of attrition it was the fifth-longest game in Stanley Cup final history.
From Chicago, THN's Ken Campbell is joined by the Toronto Star’s Damien Cox and Sun Media’s Chris Stevenson to discuss the Bruins resiliency, the contrast of styles between the goalies in this series and Corey Crawford’s emergence as a premier stopper.
PRODUCER: Ted Cooper
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