The Chicago Blackhawks finally did what the Pittsburgh Penguins didn’t in order to score goals against Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask.

The result was a 4-3 triple-overtime victory last night at the United Center in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals.

The Blackhawks in one game doubled the Penguins’ goal output from the four-game Eastern Conference finals. Chicago’s last two goals in rallying in the third period to tie and then to win in overtime were the result of traffic and chaos in front of Rask.

Andrew Shaw gave the Blackhawks the victory with a deflection of defenseman Michal Roszival’s shot from the point at 12:08 of the third overtime. The puck was also tipped en route by Dave Bolland just before it skimmed off Shaw.

Rask, who made a career-high 59 saves in his longest NHL game, knew the game was going to come down to a lucky bounce.

“Especially going to the third overtime, you’re not going to make any fancy backdoor plays,” Rask said. “That’s what it came down to. I thought, especially in the last overtime, we were forcing the play a little too much, and they just shot the puck and it found its way in and it went in.”

The game marked Rask’s debut in the Stanley Cup finals after he watched from the bench as the backup to Tim Thomas during the B’s run to the 2011 Stanley Cup. Rask was stellar from the outset, as he made 23 saves on 24 shots through the first two periods.