When the Chicago Blackhawks take the ice Monday night at TD Garden for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Bruins, they’ll look to snap an unsettling trend. In the postseason, they are 0-3 in Game 3.
But despite dropping Game 3 to the Minnesota Wild (3-2 in overtime), Detroit Red Wings (3-1), and Los Angeles Kings (3-1), Chicago responded, closing out the series against the Wild and Kings in five games and completing a comeback from a 3-1 hole against the Red Wings.
At the United Center, in front of their boisterous fans, the Blackhawks are 10-2 at home, which ranks best in the playoffs. On the road, they are 3-4. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.