Dramatic shifts in the scoreboard is not supposed to happen in hockey. In baseball, a grand slam can flip flop the score. In hoops, a team winning by two can be brought to their knees by their opponents long range jump shot. Just ask the Denver Broncos what can happen to the complexion of a football game when there is an 80 yard pass completion. But hockey is supposed to be different, but not last night. With the Boston Bruins just 1:16 seconds from forcing a Game Seven, the Chicago Blackhawks scored the tying and winning goals just 17 seconds apart allowing the Blackhawks to hoist the Stanley Cup for the second time since 2010.
- Friends Jacob Desilets, 18, left, and Collin Robertson, 17, play a friendly game with hockey sticks and a puck while skating at Charter Oak Park in Manchester Monday after school. Desilets, a senior, and Robertson, a junior attend Manchester High School. MICHAEL McANDREWS | firstname.lastname@example.org
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