On hockey Bruins now face steep uphill battle ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff It was a long skate off the ice for Tuukka Rask after the Blackhawks scored the game-winning goal against him in the third overtime of Game 1. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Bruins sat dejected on the bench after they ended almost six periods of hockey facing a 1-0 series deficit. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The game started on a high note for the Bruins, when Milan Lucic, right, scored in the first period to give Boston a 1-0 lead. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Chicago's Dave Bolland beat Rask in the third period to narrow the Bruins' lead to 3-2. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Minutes later, Rask heard it from Blackhawks fans when he allowed the game-tying goal. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Bruins coach Claude Julien was left looking for answers after a disappointing Stanley Cup Final opener. Jim Davis/Globe Staff And it was a sweet, early-morning celebration for the Blackhawks.