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  • Chicago in 4

    1 1.43%
  • Chicago in 5

    2 2.86%
  • Chicago in 6

    20 28.57%
  • Chicago in 7

    9 12.86%
  • Boston in 4

    1 1.43%
  • Boston in 5

    7 10.00%
  • Boston in 6

    20 28.57%
  • Boston in 7

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Thread: Stanley Cup Final. (1)Chicago Blackhawks vs (4)Boston Bruins

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    This is my favorite series since my Avalanche won it in 2001 ^^

    Both teams played outstanding hockey. Boston was at its finest this last game - out-chancing chicago, scoring to get the lead in the third period, and playing their trademark defensive style.. and Chicago STILL won.

    The resilience of a champion was highlighted in the stunning comeback- reminds me of how the Avs came back from a 3-2 series deficit to win the cup- Colorado was also the best team in the league that year from the beginning of the regular season to the Cup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pts9889 View Post
    What a ride. This is what it's all about. This is why we watch sports and have teams.

    The Hawks are the only team I truly care about. I damn near lost my mind during the 3rd period.

    But overall this Cup means so much. It validates this core and this group of players. After the 2010 Cup and two first round exits, there were serious questions as to whether this core was good enough or was 2010 just going to be a lone title.

    The 2012-13 Hawks are all-time historic Chicago team. Greatest team ever in Hawks history. The streak, the President's Trophy, 7 games w/Detroit and the 3-1 comeback, beating the defending champs, and beating Boston in the way they did. The OT games, the game-winning goals, two goals in 17 seconds. Oh my. I'm getting emotional just typing this.

    Greatest championship of my life.
    Love this post. It totally oozes the feeling of a fan enjoying the win. I only really remember the Oiler's last cup in 1990 (vague memories of some of the others, but I was a kid and didn't watch hockey except as a way to stay up late if I could), and even then I was still fairly young. The Cup run in 2006 is as close as I have been to experiencing that as an adult.

    Enjoy it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pts9889 View Post
    What a ride. This is what it's all about. This is why we watch sports and have teams.

    The Hawks are the only team I truly care about. I damn near lost my mind during the 3rd period.

    But overall this Cup means so much. It validates this core and this group of players. After the 2010 Cup and two first round exits, there were serious questions as to whether this core was good enough or was 2010 just going to be a lone title.

    The 2012-13 Hawks are all-time historic Chicago team. Greatest team ever in Hawks history. The streak, the President's Trophy, 7 games w/Detroit and the 3-1 comeback, beating the defending champs, and beating Boston in the way they did. The OT games, the game-winning goals, two goals in 17 seconds. Oh my. I'm getting emotional just typing this.

    Greatest championship of my life.


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    haha I dig this



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakedown View Post
    haha I dig this


    Haha I love how for Boston, they had to ditch the puns and go for a rhyme..

    What does one do to a bear...? Run..! lol.

    Trap? Hunt? Shave? Stump and Mantle? Make rug out of? Domesticate?


    Domesticate... but too much like tame, no? I can see why they went with the rhyme....
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    Good job hockey fans and NEW Hockey fans



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    Quote Originally Posted by agentzero View Post
    Haha I love how for Boston, they had to ditch the puns and go for a rhyme..

    What does one do to a bear...? Run..! lol.

    Trap? Hunt? Shave? Stump and Mantle? Make rug out of? Domesticate?


    Domesticate... but too much like tame, no? I can see why they went with the rhyme....
    They went with a rhyme because most people don't know what a "Bruin" actually is

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    Quote Originally Posted by agentzero View Post
    Haha I love how for Boston, they had to ditch the puns and go for a rhyme..

    What does one do to a bear...? Run..! lol.

    Trap? Hunt? Shave? Stump and Mantle? Make rug out of? Domesticate?


    Domesticate... but too much like tame, no? I can see why they went with the rhyme....
    Caged the Bruins...?

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    Well, a day later, and yep, I still LOVE the BRUINS!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zorro View Post
    Well, a day later, and yep, I still LOVE the BRUINS!!
    As you should! The B's are a fantastic team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakedown View Post
    As you should! The B's are a fantastic team!
    Oh knock it off Shakedown. Nobody likes a gracious victor.

    Damn that was some quality ice hockey though. Best final in years.
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    That game reminded me (I'm gonna date myself here) of watching Bob Nystrom tip in the game winner vs the Flyers for their 1st cup. Or watching the ball go through Bill Buckners legs. Such an exciting finish to a great series. I really enjoyed watching this years playoffs in general.
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