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List: Five biggest goals from Chicago’s Stanley Cup run

Jun 24, 2013, 11:27 PM EDT

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The Chicago Blackhawks have won their second Stanley Cup in the last four years after defeating Boston in Game 6 of the 2013 Final.

It was a long, difficult journey — 23 games, 10 periods of overtime, countless injuries — that featured plenty of Chicago goals.

Sixty-four, to be exact.

As such, it was tough to choose the five most important en route to the Blackhawks’ championship, but we tried.

And here they are:

Brent Seabrook eliminates Detroit, Game 7, Western Conference semifinals

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Patrick Kane knocks out the defending champs — Los Angeles, Game 5 double-overtime, Western Conference finals

Andrew Shaw wins fifth-longest game in Stanley Cup Final history, Game 1 vs. Bruins, triple-overtime

Bryan Bickell ties it with 1:16 left, Game 6, with an empty Chicago net

Dave Bolland scores the Cup-winning goal with 59 seconds left

  1. tripps3 - Jun 25, 2013 at 7:40 AM

    All amazing goals. Great job boys, you fought hard for that cup

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