After 112 minutes, 8 seconds of hockey played over a span of 4 hours, 38 minutes, the Blackhawks deserved a long, restful night of sleep.

Marian Hossa didn't get it.

The veteran winger finally fell asleep at 3 a.m. — three hours after Andrew Shaw scored in triple overtime to give the Hawks a 4-3 victory over the Bruins in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.

And then this happened:

"I woke up early," Hossa said Thursday. "My neighbor decided he was going to drill in the morning. That was not very pleasant. Hopefully he is going to get the message for next time and he won't drill."

The good thing for Hossa and his Hawks teammates is they have two days off after playing the fifth-longest game in Stanley Cup Final history before taking the ice for Game 2 on Saturday night at the United Center.

"Having the two-day break is huge," said defenseman Brent Seabrook, who played 39:12 on Wednesday — third-most on the Hawks. "(It's) just getting lots of rest, staying hydrated and try to get as much fluid and healthy, good food in your system as you can. (And) just getting ready and focus for the next one."

Several Hawks were at the United Center on Thursday, looking a little bleary-eyed about 13 hours after a game in which they sent 132 shots toward the Bruins net — 63 that found their way to goaltender Tuukka Rask, 40 that were blocked and 29 that missed the mark — delivered 61 hits and took 114 faceoffs.

All that for a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. It beats the alternative, however, which the Hawks were close to experiencing after falling behind by two goals in the third period before rallying to force overtime.