Three out of the four Stanley Cup Finals games have been decided in overtime. The other one was decided by two goals. The Bruins and Blackhawks both have loads of talent, but good fortune's also played a part.
No win has been truly, offensively dominated by either side. Chicago won the first game of the series with a double-deflection goal in triple overtime. A win counts regardless of how ugly it is, but that had a little bit of luck to it. Boston took the next two games after Daniel Paille capitalized on a turnover in overtime in Game 2, and Tuukka Rask shut out the Blackhawks in Game 3. The Blackhawks knotted the series in Game 4 after taking advantage of Boston's sloppy play in its own zone for an overtime goal, but Boston's Chris Kelly also missed a chance that looked like this.