Jun 19, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook (7) celebrates after scoring the game-winning goal against the Boston Bruins during the overtime period in game four of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Michael Ivins-USA TODAY Sports
2. Boston Game #4- Stanley Cup Finals
This was another shoot game that was very exciting, especially after the bad Game #3 the Chicago Blackhawks played without Marian Hossa in the lineup. The Hawks were shut out in the game prior and then all of a sudden a shoot out took place in Boston.
The story of the game was probably Corey Crawford’s glove hand getting beat routinely by the Bruins, but no one ever blasted Tukka Rask who was beat on more time than Crawford was on that night in Boston, and the final dagger was thrown by Brent Seabrook.
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Everyone remembers 17 seconds and the crazy Game #6 final minutes, but the Chicago Blackhawks don’t get to that 3rd period in Game #6 without the Brent Seabrook game winner and the Chicago Blackhawks resiliency to not give up no matter how many leads they gave up in Game #4. Seabrook just seems to be in the right spot with Patrick Kane out there creating havoc before the goal scoring slapshot.
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