The Bruins and Blackhawks played three overtimes Wednesday night, and 60 minutes couldn't find a winner in tonight.
Boston came away with the 2-1 victory Saturday, evening the Stanley Cup Finals at one game apiece, and Tony Amonte said on "Postgame Live" that the Blackhawks seemed fatigued as the game wore on.
The Blackhawks outshot the Bruins 19-4 in the first period, but were limited to 15 shots on net the rest of the way.
"Early on, Chicago seemed to have all the legs. They were winning every footrace." Amonte said. "As this game wore on, Boston started to come. Their game started to come to them. They took it to the Chicago Blackhawks, especially in the overtime."
Amonte and Michael Felger break down Game 2 in the video.