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Someone was smart enough to record the crowd watching Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final in this Chicago bar. The reaction of the fans when they see the first goal is awesome. They know the game is tied and they have a chance in overtime. When the Blackhawks Dave Bolland scores the game-winning goal 17 seconds later, it is just pure pandemonium. The pandemonium continued well on into the night and into the streets after the Blackhawks clinched the Stanley Cup.
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The Chicago Blackhawks are shopping forward Dave Bolland.
According to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com and TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie, word is surfacing that he's being shopped by the Stanley Cup champions in trade talks.
Bolland, 27, has one year remaining on a five-year contract that carries an annual average value of $3.3 million. He...
If there is anything we have learned by now, it’s that you don’t stick a microphone in front of a hockey player’s face after he’s played a long playoff game. Fortunately for us, these networks still haven’t learned the lesson. Both Dave Bolland and Andrew Shaw were heard dropping F-bombs after the Chicago Blackhawks came [...]
The Bruins lost in heart-breaking fashion on Monday night and Sports Illustrated won’t let their fans forget it.
In typical SI fashion, the magazine perfectly captured the emotion and determination of Dave Bolland‘s game-winning goal in Game 6 on Monday night. Using a shot taken from the B’s net cam behind goalie Tuukka Rask, you can see the expression on Andrew Ference’s...
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The Blackhawks scored twice in a 17-second span in the last 1:16 to turn a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 victory. Bryan Bickell tied the game at 18:44, followed by the Stanley Cup-winning goal by Dave Bolland at 19:01.
* Bolland recorded the latest Stanley Cup-winning goal ever tallied in regulation time...
While the HQ knows that Andrew Shaw, probably, set the modern day record for post-game celebratory cussing while Doc Emrick was trying to cover it over with monologue and the audio guy for NBC let it ride last night...
Not to be outdone, Dave Bolland got excited while talking to Scott Oake...
Carry on... and congrats to the Blackhawks... even if they did...
Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland scored 17 seconds apart in the final 1:16 of the third period and the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup for the second time in four seasons with a stunning comeback, 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Monday night.
Patrick Kane of the Blackhawks won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.
Jonathan Toews scored his third goal of the playoffs...
The Chicago Blackhawks arriving home with the Stanley Cup have been greeted on the tarmac with a water cannon salute, about a dozen fire trucks and even more police cars - all with their lights flashing.
And minutes before the team's chartered Boeing 737 from Boston touched down at 4:05 a.m. at O'Hare International Airport, lightning danced across the sky as the edge of...
So, the season ends on this sequence of plays. The Boston Bruins were 77 second way from forcing a game seven. Then the roof fell in on the Boston Bruins, at the 18:44 mark of the third period Bryan Bickell scores followed by Dave Bolland 17 seconds later.
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As most of us sit at our office desk today, we really should be anticipating a game seven in the Stanley Cup Finals. Instead, we are reliving the seventeen seconds it took to destruct all the work the Bruins put forth to bring the Stanley Cup back to Boston. With less than two minutes away from a game six win, disaster set in when the tying goal happened. Most fans just figured...
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The Chicago Blackhawks have won their second NHL Stanley Cup in three years after they scored twice in the final 1:16 to win Game 6 over the Boston Bruins.
It was a tough fought series which appeared headed to a Game 7 until Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland scored 15 seconds apart in the third period to give the Blackhawks the win.
Waking up this morning after watching the Chicago Blackhawks score two goals in 17 seconds to defeat the Boston Bruins and win their second Stanley Cup in four season felt exactly like waking up as a kid on Christmas morning.
My mind is still buzzing with excitement. I hardly remember the last minute of yesterday’s game because most of it was spent screaming, shouting and hugging...
Down a goal with less than 90 seconds left in the third period the Chicago Blackhawks got goals from Bryan Bickell to tie it and Dave Bolland to win their second Stanley Cup in four seasons.
The Bruins went up 1-0 early but the game was tied for most of the contest until Milan Lucic gave the Bruins a late lead. The Blackhawks would battle back valiantly to stun the Bruins and win...
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Last night, the Chicago Blackhawks completed one of the most stunning and epic comebacks to defeat the Boston Bruins, 3-2, and win the 2013 Stanley Cup. Down one goal with less than two minutes remaining in regulation, the Blackhawks scored not once but twice within a span of 17 seconds. The go ahead goal, scored by Dave Bolland,...