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Video: PHT Extra — What to expect after wild Game 4?

Jun 20, 2013, 4:33 PM EDT

Toews-Rask

The Bruins and Blackhawks put on a game for the ages on Wednesday at TD Garden in Boston.

Literally, for the ages.

A number of historical marks were either set or matched in Chicago’s 6-5 overtime victory:

Brent Seabrook became just the fifth defenseman in NHL history to record two OT goals in one year.

— This became the first Stanley Cup Final to feature three overtimes since 1993 (Montreal-L.A.)

— The 75:47 of cumulative overtime is the second-most all time (most is 78:40, in 1931, between Chicago and Montreal.)

— The 11 goals marked the most in a Cup Final game since Chicago beat Philly 7-4 in 2010.

So, what will the two teams do for an encore?

Brough and I took at look at that, and what the future has in store for the goalies on the end of the 11-goal assault — Corey Crawford and Tuukka Rask — in the latest edition of PHT Extra.

Enjoy…

  1. comeonnowguys - Jun 20, 2013 at 5:00 PM

    I’m not sure you can really expect anything at this point, other than the next game probably won’t look like the game before it.

    • imleftcoast - Jun 20, 2013 at 5:42 PM

      It won’t. Game 5 is going to be a tight, hard back checking, and more physical. Boston has to do that to win it. Unless Chicago finds a way to open up a 2 or 3 goal lead, it’s going to be a 2-1 type game. Chicago has to be patient and fight through that. If they show that sometimes tendency to relax a little, Boston will make them pay for it.

  2. ntvd7 - Jun 20, 2013 at 5:09 PM

    Someone tell Brad Marchand a hockey game is being played…

    I swear he didn’t realize it last night and it’s a damn shame as effective as he can be

  3. jacketsfan7 - Jun 20, 2013 at 11:11 PM

    Idk but I am expecting OT

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