Blackhawks stun Bruins late to win Stanley Cup

(Boston, MA)  —  The Blackhawks scored twice in a span of 17 seconds with under 90 seconds to play to beat the Bruins 3-2 in Game Six and capture their fifth Stanley Cup in franchise history.  Bryan Bickell tied the game before Dave Bolland buried the game-winner with 59 seconds to play for Chicago, which last lifted the Cup in 2010.

Jonathan Toews [[ tayves ]] also scored and had an assist for the ‘Hawks while Corey Crawford made 23 saves.  Patrick Kane was named the winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy, awarded to the player judged to be most valuable to his team in the postseason.

Milan Lucic [[ mee-LAHN  loo-CHEECH ]] gave Boston the lead with less than eight minutes to play.  Chris Kelly also scored for the Bruins while Tuukka [[ TOO-kuh ]] Rask halted 28 shots in defeat.

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