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Patrick Kane scored two goals, and the Chicago Blackhawks led the Boston Bruins 2-0 through the second period in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals on Saturday night.
The first championship series between Original Six franchises since 1979 has been nothing short of thrilling, with only one game being decided in regulation and the teams splitting the first four.
With Kane leading the way, the Blackhawks were looking good in this one. He now has nine goals in the postseason after scoring late in the first period and early in the second.
Both teams missed some chances in the early going. But Kane finally gave the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead with 2:33 left in the first, after a shot by Johnny Oduya closing in from the left point sheared the blade off the stick of Boston defenseman Dennis Seidenberg.
Kane, who was to the left of the net, picked up the spinning puck and tucked it past Tuukka Rask into the lower left corner of the net. All that happened after Jonathan Toews muscled past Milan ...
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Blackhawks 3, Bruins 1
Patrick Kane doubles up in Game 5 to help put Blackhawks one win away from hoisting Stanley Cup.
After letting a massive opportunity to go up 3-1 in the series slip through their fingers at home on Wednesday, the Bruins traveled to Chicago for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final knotted with the Blackhawks at two games apiece.
Here’s a quick...
The Chicago Blackhawks now sit just one win away from their second championship in four years following a 3-1 victory over the Boston Bruins in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday night. Patrick Kane scored goals in each of the first two periods as Chicago took a 2-0 lead into the final [...]
Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane netted a pair of backhand goals to open the scoring in Game 5 against the Boston Bruins. The first goal he was able to tuck a loose puck past Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask. Blackhawks defenseman Johnny Oduya fired a slapshot that was partially blocked by Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg’s stick, which broke on the play, and the puck trickled...
Patrick Kane scored two goals Saturday as the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins 3-1 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, putting the 'Hawks within one win of their second Cup title in four years.
The mullet-rocking 24-year-old's efforts earned him first-star status from the reporters in attendance, but around these parts it takes a lot more than a potentially...
Patrick Kane and the Chicago Blackhawks have that look again,
and another Stanley Cup is within reach.
The Bruins’ backs are up against the wall now, and the situation could not be more dire. Not only are the Bruins down three games to two to the Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Final, which would always be a worrisome position, but they also came out of their Game 5 loss unsure of the status of Patrice Bergeron.
Bruins coach Claude Julien would not speculate on Bergeron’s condition...
Patrick Kane scored twice in a 3-1 victory Saturday night in Chicago, giving the Blackhawks a commanding 3-2 lead over the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Finals.This series -- which looked over after the Bruins won a dominating shutout in Game 3 -- is quickly turning into a classic.Credit Kane, who was a one-man wrecking crew. He has been Mr. June again -- after an outstanding...
Ok so either everyone on the ice is mic’d up or the NHL has the best luck ever. This is the third time that the series has gone to overtime, and this is the third time that the mic’d up player was involved in the game-winning goal. Andrew Shaw was mic’d up when he scored the game-winner in Game 1, Tyler Seguin was mic’d up when he assited on the game-winner in Game 2...
It was a familiar scene that played out in last night’s Game 5 of the Stanley Cup. There was solid all round play from Jonathan Toews, great goal scoring from Patrick Kane and the goal tender always stepping forward at just the right time. The Chicago Blackhawks once again have the Stanley Cup in reach, and their 3-1 win over the Boston Bruins was tantamount to hitting the jackpot...
Above is another epic intro via CBC's Hockey Night in Canada from Game Six of the 2013 Stanley Cup finals between the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins. The Stanley Cup is in the building tonight, so you couldn't expect anything less. The montage featured the song "My Body" by Young the Giant.Related:Patrick Kane goes wild again for Chicago, Blackhawks lead...
from Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe,
The 2013 Stanley Cup Final has turned torturous for the Trencin Tower of Power. He was on the ice for five of Chicago’s six goals Wednesday night in Boston. He was on the ice for all three here in Game 6, including a pair by the clever, opportunistic Patrick Kane, and the empty-net dagger by Dave Bolland with 14 seconds left.
After an 11-goal shootout had us on the edge of our seats in Game 4, the Blackhawks and Bruins got back to playing like the first-rate defensive teams that they are in Game 5 of the deadlocked Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday, with Chicago grabbing a 3-1 win and moving within a win of the title.
Here's how it all went down.
After 20 minutes, the Blackhawks led 1-0 at home, the...
Let's start with Saturday night---
Two goals by Patrick Kane and 24 saves by goalie Corey Crawford led the Chicago Blackhawks to the brink of the Stanley Cup Title late Saturday night.
The Hawks now lead the best of 7 series 3-1 and game 5 is Monday in Boston.
The game itself had some interesting stories. Perhaps the most significant is that of Boston forward Patrice...
After an 11-goal shootout had us on the edge of our seats in Game 4, the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins got back to playing like the first-rate defensive teams that they are in the first period of Game 5 of the deadlocked Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday.
After 20 minutes, the Blackhawks led 1-0 at home, the one goal coming on Patrick Kane's putback of a Johnny Oduya shot...