Stanley Cup Final: The Blackhawks and Flyers are Cup Bound

May 24th, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
A dance-a-thon had 16 competitors in April and now, the dance floor is cleared and the last two standing are left to decide who will hoist Lord Stanley's Cup—the Western Conference's Chicago Blackhawks or the Eastern Conference's Philadelphia Flyers.


Chicago Blackhawks

Chicago was the second seed in the Western Conference and the third-best team in the league so most thought that this young squad will be a hard team to beat.  So far, they are on the money.

First round came the Nashville Predators and it took six games to get through to the next round.

Second round comes the Vancouver Canucks which should've proved to be a more difficult team for the Blackhawks.  After Game One's sound defeat, it was thought that this would be the beginning of end for Chicago's season. 

Five games later, the boys in black and red were headed for the Western Conference Finals against the second-best team in the league and the conference's first-seed team, the San Jose Sharks.

NOW they are done, right?  Hold on.  Did anybody see a Dustin Byfuglien?

His be ...

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