Christopher L. Gasper Daniel Paille rises to occasion for Bruins — again ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Tuukka Rask (left) and the Bruins beat the Blackhawks 2-0 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, with Patrice Bergeron (right) scoring one of the goals. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Bergeron provided the game-icing goal in the second period when he slipped this shot past Chicago's Corey Crawford. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Daniel Paille, right, being congratulated by Tyler Seguin, scored the other goal for the Bruins. Barry Chin/Globe Staff It was a hard-hitting game, with Chicago's Patrick Sharp checked into the boards by Seguin in the first period. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Chicago's Andrew Shaw sent Boston's Chris Kelly over the boards in the first period. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Tuukka Rask turned away all 28 shots he saw from the Blackhawks. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Bruins fans saw their team win its seventh straight game at home. Boston hasn't lost at the TD Garden since the first round. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Before the game, family members of slain MIT police officer Sean Collier, who police say was killed by the alleged Boston Marathon bombers, waved the team flag on the ice. Barry Chin/Globe Staff The goal by Paille, collecting congratulations from his teammates, marked the second straight game in which he scored. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Bruins coach Claude Julien gathered his team for a strategy session in a timeout late in the game as the Bruins held off a Chicago power play and a 6-on-5 advantage. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Crawford and the Blackhawks exited the ice facing a 2-1 series deficit.