CHICAGO -- As reporters hustled toward the postgame locker rooms, a veteran hockey broadcaster turned to me and said, "I'm just glad it's over."
Allegiances be damned, no one wanted another three-overtime game.
There were planes to catch and stories to write and beds to enjoy and a lot more hockey to play in this series.
If you love sudden death hockey, this is the series for you. Anyone else see overtime in Game 7 in our future?
The second game of the Stanley Cup finals ended early in comparison to the first. It was midway through one overtime when Boston's Daniel Paille scored on Corey Crawford to ice a 2-1 victory, tying the series going back to Boston. Game 3 is Monday evening.