It was the first proper overtime thriller of the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs.
It was a memorable duel between two goaltenders, between two desperate and damaged division rivals throwing their bodies around the rink in Boston. It was the kind of playoff game that could only end via something supernatural -- like, for example, an act of Satan at 7:41 of the second overtime to give the Boston Bruins a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres.
Neither was flawless, each surrendering two goals in regulation. Neither had the elephantine save totals you'd typically associate with classic playoff goaltending. No ... all they did was put on an acrobatic display between the pipes that reminded viewers that an athletic save can have the same kinetic jolt that a brilliant move on an offense chance can have.
Coming up, check out some of the highlight reel.
Finally, Miller's diving glove save on Satan in the first OT, one of the best stops of the season: