Game 6: Blackhawks stun Bruins to win Stanley Cup
BOSTON -- Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland scored goals 17 seconds apart late in the third period Monday to give the Chicago Blackhawks the Stanley Cup in an amazing 3-2 last-minute comeback win over Boston in Game 6.
Milan Lucic's third-period goal had seemed to give the Bruins a 2-1 victory and a new lease of life in the final.
But with Chicago goalie Corey Crawford out for an extra attacker, Bickell scored at 18:44 after the Bruins failed to get the puck out of the zone.
Bolland then put them ahead at 19:01, stunning the Bruins and the crowd at TD Garden.
Jonathan Toews, reduced to a spectator the final minutes of Game 5, added a goal and an assist for Chicago as the Blackhawks clawed their way back into the game. He was the first to hoist the Cup as his teammates jumped up and down.
Crawford finished with 23 saves in the victory that marked Chicago's fifth championship and second in four years.