After one overtime game and another triple-overtime marathon, the Bruins and Blackhawks are tied at one game apiece heading into Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals Monday night.
Either team could be up 2-0 or down 2-0 in the series, but Chicago and Boston will be even come tomorrow night.
Kevin Paul Dupont of "The Boston Globe" said on "Sports Sunday" that the Bruins should feel confident heading into Game 3 in Boston. The Bruins were outshot 19-4 in the first period in Game 2, but controlled the game afterward, outshooting Chicago 24-15.
"They did what they had to do, got in there, got the split," Du[ont said. "They should have been disappointed in the first game because they gave leads away, whenever Chara wasn't on the ice they were in trouble and by the end of that game, Chara had to start to taper down his minutes somewhat … As they left last night, they had the much better play throughout the overtime."
Dupont, Bob Beers and Michael Felger talk about the Bruins' confidence level heading into Game 3 on "Sports Sunday" in the video.