Stanley Cup 2010: Kane Scores In OT. Chicago Blackhawks Champs

June 10th, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
Ending a drought that nearly lasted half a century, the Chicago Blackhawks have brought Lord Stanley's mug back to the Windy City for the first time since 1961.

Both teams had won their respective home games throughout the series heading into Thursday night's 4-3 Chicago victory in overtime, so it was down to the last two games. The first side to blink would go empty-handed.

Game Six at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia was loud and exciting, as it took overtime to sort out whether this series was continuing on to Chicago for a deciding Game Seven or if the Blackhawks were determined to end it there.

The Blackhawks opened up the scoring on the power play.  Dustin Byfuglien got his stick on a Johnathan Toews shot from goalie Michael Leighton's left which careened off Coburn's leg.

Here come the lucky bounces.  Lucky or not, it counted.  Hawks up 1-0

Shortly after that, The Flyers knot it up with less than a minute to the period.

Scott Hartnell was hacked in the leg by Duncan Keith and went down.  Play was continuing and he staying the game.  The Flyers were rewarded with Danny Br ...

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