PHILADELPHIA (AP) -When Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews finally found their way onto the score sheet in the Stanley Cup finals, the Chicago Blackhawks suddenly didn't have enough offense to beat the Philadelphia Flyers.
That certainly isn't how the Western Conference champions expected things to go.
Kane scored to put Chicago ahead in the third period - off an assist from Toews - and he helped set up defenseman Duncan Keith's tying goal in the first period. Three points from the top-line forwards was welcomed, but the Blackhawks were beaten 4-3 in overtime by the Flyers, who cut the series deficit to 2-1.
The Blackhawks took a 2-0 series lead at home without even an assist from Kane and Toews, who combined for 156 points in the regular season.