Brent Seabrook scored the winner 9:51 into overtime as the Chicago Blackhawks took a 6-5 win over the Boston Bruins in a wild Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals from TD Garden. Patrick Kane threw a shot on net from the right wing that Tuukka Rask made a stop on, but the rebound came out to the left point. Bryan Bickell grabbed the disc there and tried to get it down low, but it bounced off of a couple of Bruins. However, it found its way to the stick of Seabrook, who glided over to the right point and fired a shot on net that beat Rask cleanly to the stick side for the win and a tied series. Chicago bounced back from losses in Game 2 and 3 to knot this best-of-seven with Game 5 set for Saturday night in Chicago. Kane finished the game with a goal and an assist, while Michal Handzus, Patrick Sharp, Marcus Kruger and Jonathan Toews all scored for the Blackhawks, who had just five goals in the series coming into the game. Corey Crawford made 28 stops in the victory, including a tough save on a Brad Marchand shot moments before Seabrook's goal. Patrice Bergeron had two goals, while Milan Lucic, Rich Peverley and Johnny Boychuk all scored for the Bruins, who received 41 saves from Rask just two nights after he posted a 28-save shutout in Game 3.