Top 10 Storylines of the 2010 Stanley Cup Final

May 28th, 2010 by Matt Sitkoff Leave a reply »
The road to the Stanley Cup Finals is one paved with determination, resiliency, sacrifice, pain, heartache and jubilation.  The historic Philadelphia Flyers and resurgent Chicago Blackhawks know all about those attributes, as they will face off for the right to be called Stanley Cup Champions.   Now let’s look at the Pucking Awesome Top 10 Storylines of the Stanley Cup Finals.


1. Cup Drought Over

The Philadelphia Flyers have not won a cup since the Broad Street Bullies days in 1975.  It has been longer for the Chicago Blackhawks, as they last won with the great Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Glenn Hall in 1961. So the top storyline to watch for is one of these long draughts for a great hockey city will end.


2. Third Times a Charm

First Marian Hossa lost in the Stanley Cup Finals as a Pittsburgh Penguin in 2008 to the Red Wings, then he would jump ship to the enemy and go on to lose the 2009 Cup to the Penguins as a member of the Red Wings.  Now Hossa goes for that elusive cup for the third straight season.  According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Hossa will become ...

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