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Whether it was a collapse of epic proportions or the greatest comeback ever seen, either way, on Monday night, the Chicago Blackhawks reclaimed Lord Stanley’s Cup. Just 86 seconds away from forcing a game seven, up two goals to one in a game where scoring came at a premium, the unthinkable happened for Boston. Jonathan Toews once again proved himself as one of the best clutch players in the league, threading the needle through the legs of Zdeno Chara to a wide-open Bryan Bickell who stuffed it five hole with just 1:16 remaining on the clock between a flight back to Chicago for a finals finale. Bruins fans, shocked in disbelief, geared up for overtime. Dave Bolland had other plans. On a play that even caught the legendary Doc Emrick off guard, Bolland smashed in a rebound from a redirected shot just a mere 17 seconds later to put the ‘Hawks up 3-2. Even with 59 ticks to go, fate had already sealed the game. It’s not fair to say Boston lost the game when Chicago truly snatched it from the jaws of defeat. Yes, a man was left unmarked on the doorstep of Rask’s crease, but only due to an impressive series of cycles from Kane, Toews, and Bickell. Individual battles decide games and Chicago won more of them when it mattered, including the scramble in front of the net in what was the series-clinching goal. In a split second, the game took a 180 and went from a game seven scenario to a handshake line. Only in hockey can a game take such a drastic turn in one play and one bounce. Even with the shortened season, there is no easy journey to the Cup and both teams showed the effects of the grind to capture a championship. Boston’s Patrice Bergeron played through a broken rib, torn cartilage, and a separated shoulder. Yet, again, Chicago came to the table with just a little bit more. In what was no doubt the photo of the series, a cut-up Brandon Saad hoisted all 35 pounds of hardware into the air, all while blood streamed down his face, almost like tears of joy. The Stanley Cup progressed down the line, starting with the bruised and battered captain, Jonathan Toews, then to veteran Michal Handzus and so on. It was not until several players until the hallowed trophy reached Patrick Kane. Photo Credit: Charles Krupa/AP Looking at the previous Conn Smythe trophy winners, every player can be remembered for shining brighter than any other that playoff run, and the group Kane became a member of in 2013 is, needless to say, elite. Just the fourth American to win the award, joining Brian Leetch, Tim Thomas, and Jonathan Quick, Kane is the first American forward to etch his name on the trophy that contains the most exceptional playoff performances of all time, and deservedly so. All series, Kane was the best skater for both teams, stretching the ice with his speed and deceiving defensemen in tight with his magical hands. Even though he did not make it onto the scorer’s sheet in game six, he played a pivotal part in developing the second goal as well as being the other half of the two on one in which Jonathan Toews netted the Blackhawk’s first goal. The Conn Smythe is strictly a playoff award, but Kane has been there for Chicago all season. Right from the beginning during the team’s 24-game streak in which they captured a point, the American filled the net with goals and racked up plenty of assists along the way. Kane will take the Stanley Cup to his hometown of Buffalo, as every ‘Hawk will in the coming months with their day with the Cup, and another part of history will be carved into the rings of hockey’s most elusive award, one which Doc Emrik said to, “look pretty good for 120.” The Windy City will host their fifth Stanley Cup parade, their second in four summers, and the offseason will quickly ramp up, already commenced by coaching swaps and player trades. For Boston, life will some how go on. Claude Julien’s team knows what it takes to reach the gloried moment of greatness which his raising the Cup to the rafters, and they will for sure be right back in the mix next season. Although it is easy to be short sighted in defeat, the Bruins cannot and should not be ashamed of the show that played out for the world to witness. Any regular hockey fan should not get ahead of them and be prepping offseason moves as if they managed their favorite club. That’s a project for another day. Right now, just soak in the moment and one of the greatest sports finishes the world has ever witnessed. There will most likely be another spectacular cap to a phenomenally entertaining final, as history has a way of topping itself, but for right now, just smile and celebrate the magnificent game that is hockey. -Miller
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