2010 Stanley Cup: Nine Things I Noticed About Chicago’s Title Win in Game Six

June 10th, 2010 by Kamal Panesar Leave a reply »
First things first: Congratulations to the Chicago Blackhawks, their owners, management team, and most of all their fans!

The Hawks deserve the win and it was nice to see an original-six team who has not won the cup in 49 years, hoist Lord Stanley's mug.

Congratulations also goes to the Flyers organization and their fans for a well fought series and a great run.

OK, so niceties aside, here are nine things that I noticed about Wednesday night's Game Six:

1. The winning goal was the weakest goal of the playoffs
As well as Michael Leighton has played for stretches of the playoffs, when all the chips were down and he needed to make a routine save, he failed, letting in what could easily be described as the worst/weakest goal of the entire 2010 playoffs.

So what do we make of him now?

Leighton wasn't alone, in this series, as I have to agree with the experts who are saying that this was the worst display of goaltending in a Stanley Cup final in recent memory.

2. Scotty Bowman, as senior hockey advisor in Chicago, won another cup ring
In the post-game on-ice scrum, Scotty Bowman was interviewed by CBC. During the i ...

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