1. It had been a while since we last saw the Bruins trail by two goals, so they reminded the Blackhawks what they were capable of. A reunion between Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane led to a 3-1 Chicago lead in the second period — the first time both scored in the same game this post-season — but Boston sparked a momentum shift with Patrice Bergeron's pair of goals and forced an overtime with Johnny Boychuk's blast. However, halfway through extra time, Brent Seabrook's slap shot ended Game 4 to give Chicago a 6-5 victory. The Blackhawks return home to begin the best-of-three Saturday (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 7:30 p.m. ET).
2. Seabrook sure has a knack for burying those OT goals, but the Chicago defenceman says it's no biggie, writes CBCSports.ca's Tim Wharnsby.
3. According to pro golfer Lee Westwood, the high-scoring affair was the quintessential Stanley Cup final contest. These NHLers of past and present also gave their take on Twitter, while these fans added their analysis.