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article imageBlackhawks win Stanley Cup with late rally

By Larry Seely     Jun 24, 2013 in Sports
Boston - Chicago used two late goals in the fourth period to rally for a 3-2 victory and captured the 2013 Stanley Cup. The Blackhawks scored two goals, just 17 seconds apart to steal the win from Boston.
Trailing 2-1 late in the final period, Bryan Bickell put the puck in the net with just over one minute remaining in the contest to tie the score. Dave Bolland followed that up with a score just 17 seconds later for Chicago to clinch the win on the road.
Chicago used a furious offensive performance in the third period with 16 shots on goal and the flurry of shots finally got to the Bruins defense.
Boston limited the Blackhawks to just 15 shots on goal over the first two periods, but the experience and leadership of the veteran roster from Chicago overcame the slow start and led the team to their second cup in the last four years.
Patrick Kane scored three goals and had two assists and was names the MVP for the 2013 Stanley Cup.
The top overall pick in the 2007 draft had an outstanding season for Chicago and carried that over to the playoffs and helped lead the Blackhawks to another title with his performance.
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