The 2012-13 NHL season will always be remembered in Chicago.
Those seventeen seconds birthed a champion from the jaws of sure defeat. They made hockey just the coolest damn thing in the world, if only for a short period of time to the rest of the country and the world, but a hell of a lot longer in the Windy City.
Blackhawks fans celebrated all night long and into the early morning after the Blackhawks beat the Bruins to win the Stanley Cup for the second time in four years.
And this I know, as well: The Blackhawks now own Chicago. Truly they do.
This year, Spiegel took home two marsh pegs from on top of Corey Crawford’s net.
With just over one minute to play in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Blackhawks made one of the most improbable comebacks in recent memory.
Hours after clinching their second Stanley Cup Final victory in four seasons, the Blackhawks were on a plane headed back from Boston to Chicago.
In an almost improbable comeback, the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins 3-2 for their second Stanley Cup title since 2010.
The Blackhawks’ Andrew Shaw was knocked out of the game by a wicked slap shot to the face late in the first period.
Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron did not participate in the team’s morning skate on Monday, but head coach Claude Julien is “confident” one of his top playmakers will play in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
What would a ticket to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final be worth? You might need to remortgage your house if you want to get in to see the Blackhawks play the Bruins at the United Center, should the series go that far.
The Chicago Blackhawks headed for the East Coast, one win between them and the Stanley Cup title. The Boston Bruins, meanwhile, went home knowing they had to win the next game to avoid elimination, not to mention the bitter experience of watching someone else celebrate winning the Stanley Cup on their ice.Game 6 scenarios familiar to both Boston, Chicago
If the Blackhawks beat the Bruins Monday night to win the Stanley Cup, merchandisers will be Johnny-on-the-spot with championship wear for sale.
Here’s a helpful guide in case you’re not quite sure how to approach tonight’s Game 6 so as not to embarrass yourself or the city (because Chicago bandwagoners are known nationally).
Saturday night in Chicago, the Blackhawks put together their most complete effort of the Stanley Cup Final so far.
Jonathan Toews watched the end of the fifth game of the Stanley Cup Final from the Blackhawks bench, unable to play after a hit to his head.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli says forward Patrice Bergeron was discharged from a Chicago hospital and was expected to fly home with the team Sunday morning.
Patrick Kane scored two goals, and the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins 3-1 to put themselves one win away from hoisting the Stanley Cup for the second time since 2010.
As we learned last week, every second counts when it comes to overtime hockey.
Check out the GIF of Bruins coach Claude Julien morphing into Bill Dauterive of King of the Hill.