The Heat topped the Spurs in an epic seven-game series. The Blackhawks took care of the Bruins in six games, with multiple games going to overtime, Game One going to triple overtime, and Game 6 being won thanks to two Chicago goals in the last 17 seconds of regulation
Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland scored within 17 seconds of each other late in the third period, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Boston Bruins, 3-2, in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Monday night to win their second championship in four seasons.
A series that was destined to go seven games didn't but it was ok, because the series already had multiple overtime games including a three-overtime thriller and a wild Game 6 that saw the Blackhawks tally two late third period goals in 17 seconds in Boston for the victory. A Stanley Cup hasn't ever been won in that fashion. And so, the Chicago Blackhawks are 2013 Stanley Cup champs.
Lost in the shadows of a dramatic NBA finals, the Stanley Cup finals continues to be a fantastic series between 2 fantastic teams. 3 of the games have now gone to overtime. The latest being a wide open thriller Wednesday night
No chance that game 3 of the Cup finals could be better then the 1st 2 games of this finals thriller. The game wasn't as good unless you root for the Bruins. Led by Tuuka Rask, the B's shut out the Blackhawks in Boston 2-0 and hold a 2-1 lead for the Cup
Hopefully Bruins fans and Blackhawk fans have nerves of steel because from the looks of it they will need it. 2 games down, 2 thrilling over time conclusions, and cup final that is squared at 1 apiece heading to a game 3 in Boston on Monday night
The Stanley Cup Finals begin Wednesday night in Chicago when the Blackhawks face the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of the NHL's championship series. If Chicago loses, its fans may storm the offices of the city of nearby Park Ridge, Ill. in protest because the suburb's leaders obviously don't understand NHL playoff superstitions.
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