Stanley Cup Final Three Stars: Seabrook nets OT winner; Kane, Toews reunion pays off

No. 1 Star: Brent Seabrook, Chicago Blackhawks

Seabrook fired home the winner for the Blackhawks as his overtime goal gave them a 6-5 victory over the Boston Bruins in Game 4, evening the Stanley Cup Final 2-2. It was his second overtime goal of the playoffs, with the first coming in Game 7 against the Detroit Red Wings.

No. 2 Star: Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins

Continuing to make his case for the Conn Smythe Trophy, Bergeron scored a pair of goals that helped the Bruins tie the game at four early in the third period. The first of his two goals came on the power play and was the result of a deflected shot that went off the glass behind Corey Crawford, off the top of the net and right to Bergeron.

No. 3 Star: Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks

Reunited with Jonathan Toews, Kane (and Toews) woke up offensively with a goal and an assist. The goal was Kane's first of series, while Toews put home his first since Game 5 against the Detroit Red Wings in the second round.

Honorable mention: Bryan Bickell picked up two assists, his first points of the series ... Marian Hossa played 19:07 and recorded an assist in his return from an injury that forced him to be scratched from Game 3 ... Jaromir Jagr's two assists give him 199 points in 200 career postseason games ... Stanley Cup Man was in the house:

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Hit of the night; Johnny Boychuk on Patrick Sharp:

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Did You Know? Zdeno Chara was on the ice for one goal in the past seven games. He was on the ice for five in Game 4. (@cotsonika)

Conn Smythe Watch: 1. Tuukka Rask, Boston Bruins; 2. David Krejci, Boston Bruins; 3. Corey Crawford, Chicago Blackhawks; 4. Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins; 5. Andrew Shaw, Chicago Blackhawks; 6. Nathan Horton, Boston Bruins; 7. Marian Hossa, Chicago Blackhawks; 8. Zdeno Chara, Boston Bruins; 9. Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks; 10. Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks.

Dishonorable mention: It was an off night for the goalies, Tuukka Rask and Corey Crawford, who each allowed their most goals against since March ... All five goals allowed by Crawford went glove side ... Rask's shutout streak ended at 129:14.

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