CHICAGO, June 15 (UPI) -- Daniel Paille
scored 13:48 into overtime Saturday, enabling Boston to even the Stanley Cup Finals at one win apiece with a 2-1 decision over Chicago.
On the winning play, Adam McQuaid intercepted a clearing pass attempted by Dave Bolland at the Blackhawks' blue line and fed a pass to Tyler Seguin in the right circle.
Seguin then fired a cross-ice pass onto the stick of Paille, who unleashed a wrist shot that cleanly beat Chicago goalie Corey Crawford high to the glove side for the game-winner.
Chris Kelly scored in the second period and Tuukka Rask made 33 saves, including six in the extra frame, as the Bruins rebounded from a 4-3 overtime defeat in Game 1.
Patrick Sharp scored and Crawford finished with 26 stops for the Blackhawks, who will attempt to regain the advantage on the road in Monday's Game 3.
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