Bruins NOTEBOOK Tyler Seguin’s error put Bruins in a hole ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Barry Chin/Globe Staff The Blackhawks celebrated on the TD Garden ice after beating the Bruins 6-5 in overtime in Game 4. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews had a lot to cheer about as his team had an answer for every Bruins goal and never trailed. Barry Chin/Globe Staff The Bruins and Tuukka Rask left disappointed after yielding home ice back to the Blackhawks. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Michal Handzus opened the scoring early in the first period to give the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead. Jim Davis/Globe Staff That set off a celebration on the Blackhawks bench, after the team was shut out in Game 3. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Tyler Seguin watched as Rich Peverley scored in the first period for the Bruins to tie the game at 1-1. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The goal by Peverley, right, brought the crowd out of their seats. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Early in the second period Jonathan Toews slipped a shot past Tuukka Rask for a 2-1 Chicago lead. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Just more than 2 minutes later, Patrick Kane scored on Rask to give Chicago a 3-1 lead. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Milan Lucic narrowed the gap for the Bruins with a goal at 14:43 of the second period. Jim Davis/Globe Staff But Chicago's Marcus Kruger beat Rask for a goal to put the Blackhawks up 4-2 less than a minute later. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Before the second period closed Patrice Bergeron scored the fifth goal of the frame to narrow Chicago's lead to 4-3. Charles Krupa/AP Bergeron also opened the third period with a goal past Corey Crawford to tie the game at 4-4. Barry Chin/Globe Staff At 11:19 of the third, Patrick Sharp scored on Rask to give the Blackhawks a 5-4 lead. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Johnny Boychuk scored the game-tying goal that forced overtime for the Bruins at 12:14 of the third period. Barry Chin/Globe Staff At 9:51 of the extra period, Brent Seabrook ripped a shot past Rask to win the game for the Blackhawks. WINSLOW TOWNSON/REUTERS Seabrook dropped to the ice to celebrate his goal. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The goal set off a wild celebration for the Blackhawks. Barry Chin/Globe Staff And the winning goal sent the Bruins to the dressing room searching for answers about what went wrong.