For the third time in six seasons, the Chicago Blackhawks have won the Stanley Cup. They are now officially a dynasty.
I think it’s now safe to say they are a dynasty – something especially tough to do during this salary-cap era of the NHL.
Game 5 was the turning point, that moment Chicago took a stranglehold on this series and never let go.
Tonight, the game was played very closely to the vest. Duncan Keith scored 17:13 into the second-period to finally break the scoreless tie. Assists were handed to Patrick Kane and ex-Ranger Brad Richards.
Then, with Tampa needing the equalizer, Richards did it again as he setup Kane for the one-timer with just over five-minutes to go in regulation.
Both goalies were fantastic, but Corey Crawford was just a little better as he earned the shutout.
— SI NHL (@SI_NHL) June 16, 2015
Taking home the Conn Smyth Trophy as the MVP of the Stanley Cup Playoffs was Keith, who also happens to be the best defenseman in the NHL.
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