Prediction for his shot? Pain
Party's on for the Blackhawks - Chicago Sun-Times
They beat the Flyers 4-3 in overtime Wednesday night to win the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1961
I remember the “Miracle on Ice” like it was yesterday, but I believe I witnessed an even greater hockey miracle Wednesday night when Patrick Kane scored the winning goal against the Philadelphia Flyers in overtime, making the Chicago Blackhawks the Stanley Cup champions, for the first time in 49 years.
Blackhawks win Stanley Cup - Chicago Tribune
Hawks defeat Flyers in six games for first Stanley Cup since 1961
Hawks hovering at cupacity - Chicago Sun-Times
The Cup will be waiting in all its tiered glory somewhere in the Wachovia Center. Will it go to the Hawks tonight?
Hawks' Game 6 strategy should be more of the same - Chicago Sun-Times
The Hawks can expect a lot of free advice now that they’re one game away from clinching the franchise’s first Stanley Cup in 49 years heading into Wednesday’s Game 6 in Philadelphia
Flyers have look of a champion - Philadelphia Inquirer
In four series now, the Flyers’ record in Games 1 through 3 is 5-7. In Games 4 and beyond: 9-0, and counting
Blackhawks want to play even better - Philadelphia Inquirer
The winner’s locker room sounded like a loser’s locker room, although the Blackhawks had taken a lead of one game to none in the best-of-seven series after Saturday’s 6-5 outcome