Jun 17, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford (50) looks back into the net after losing sight of the puck while making a save during the third period in game three of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Bennett/Pool Photo via USA TODAY Sports

Around The Kingdom: Daily Links 6/18/13

Game 3 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final was not like the first set of games. It did not need any extra hockey in order to decide the winner and it featured a dominating performance by one team rather than a fast paced back and forth tilt. That dominant team was the Boston Bruins, who shut down most of the Blackhawks attacks for the entire game, and those chances that Chicago did get were hardly dangerous. So Boston goes into Wednesday night’s game 4 with the chance to push Chicago to the brink of elimination and take a 3-1 series lead. The Blackhawks could be in some hot water here.


Last Night’s Scores

– Here are 5 reactions taken away from game 3. (Blackhawk Up)

– Tuuka Rask has been pretty solid for the Bruins so far. (Causeway Crowd)

– Looks like Couture will be playing in San Jose for a while longer. (NHL.com)

– Briere and Bryzgalov seem to be on their way out of Philly. (Twitter)

Last Night’s Scores

Chicago Blackhawks 0, Boston Bruins 2

Quick Stats

– Daniel Paille has scored 2 goals in his last 2 games, both of them turned out to be game winners.

– Boston is 4-0 in game 3s during these playoffs, and Chicago has gone 0-4 during game 3s these playoffs.

– The Bruins have not allowed a single goal while on the penalty kill over the last two rounds.

Highlight Of The Night

Last night ,NHL veteran, Jaromir Jagr made his presence felt for the first time in a long while during these playoffs. He gave Patrice Bergeron a sick saucer pass for the power play goal and the 2-0 lead. Check out this thing of beauty.

Next Kings Game Full schedule »
Thursday, Oct 2323 Oct7:30Buffalo SabresBuy Tickets

Tags: Chicago Blackhawks Los Angeles Kings

comments powered by Disqus