Comments Off on 2010 Stanley Cup Finals: Offensive Outburst Puts Blackhawks on the Brink
With a trip back to Chicago for Game Five, no one knew what would happen between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Philadelphia Flyers. If you saw the 7-4 scoring barrage coming, then hopefully you knew to give Vegas a call and put some money down. The series continued to play into the hands of the home team as a first period to remember gave Chicago a quick 3-0 lead at home. There is no doubt that it was the most dominant period of hockey played in the series by either team. The Hawks had Philly on the ropes from start to finish, something rarely seen through the first four games. The Flyers have played some complete periods, but nothing like this. On the other side, Philadelphia pushed in the third period. It was somewhat reminiscent of what Chicago did in Game 4, but not as strong. Philly ...

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