Game 6 of the Stanley Cup will be a game changer — either the Blackhawks will take the Stanley Cup OR the Lightning will tie the series 3-3. Be sure to tune into the action by watching the live stream here!
It’s on! The Chicago Blackhawks are going head to head with the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 at Chicago’s United Center on June 15. In the most heated game yet, the Stanley Cup could go to the Blackhawks should they win their fourth game in the series, or the Lightning will tie it up 3-3. Here’s a live stream so you don’t miss a minute of the big game!
We have a winner! After an intense 2-2 tie for the Stanley Cup, the Chicago Blackhawks have beat the Tampa Bay Lightning in the fifth game of the series. Congrats, guys!
The Chicago Blackhawks were totally in it to win it during Game 5 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Finals on June 12. As the Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning faced off in the fifth round on the Lightning’s home turf, the Blackhawks showed no mercy for the Lightning as they fought for their 2-1 victory.
It’s time for Game 5! The Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning are facing off yet again in the Stanley Cup Finals on June 13. Make sure you catch all the intense action by watching a live stream of the whole thing! Click here!
After the Chicago Blackhawks tied up the tournament with the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 4, everyone realized Game 5 was going to be a big one. Well, Game 5 is finally here, with the two best teams in the NHL looking to take the lead in the Stanley Cup Finals. We have a live stream right here so you can see who wins what’s sure to be an amazing game!
Hawks fans, rejoice! The Chicago Blackhawks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning after facing off in Game 4 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Final on June 10. Things are more intense than ever now that the series is tied 2-2!
The Chicago Blackhawks were in the zone for Game 4 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Final on June 10. As the Blackhawks and Lightning went head to head in a heated game at the home of the Lightning, the Blackhawks proved that they were not going to let the Lightning get in their way of winning the Stanley Cup. It’s official: the battle for the Stanley Cup is on.
The Lightning strike again! Game 3 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Final was one of the most intense matches between the Blackhawks and Lightning yet, but Tampa Bay came out on top, 3-2 ,coming one step closer to winning the Stanley Cup!
The battle for the Stanley Cup is on. The Tampa Bay Lightning now have two wins under their belt while the Chicago Blackhawks have just one. After going head to head in Game 3 on June 8 at Chicago’s United Center, the Blackhawks lost at home while the Lightning are now in the lead for the Stanley Cup. Find out all the details from the intense match!
It’s official: The LA Kings are the Stanley Cup champions! After an nail-biting overtime win, the LA Kings took home the trophy and celebs just had to celebrate!
The Los Angeles Kings are hockey’s undisputed champions. The LA Kings won the Stanley Cup final after an intense overtime battle with the New York Rangers on June 14. Fans of the LA Kings like Rob Kardashian, Chloë Grace Moretz and Robbie Amell had to voice their congratulations and took to Twitter to show their Kings pride!
That’s it! Though most of the games were close, the Los Angeles Kings still managed to dispatch the New York Rangers relatively quickly, winning the Stanley Cup Final four games to one, and claiming their second championship in three years.
The Cup is coming back to Los Angeles! Led by the brick wall of a goaltender Jonathan Quick, the Los Angeles Kings downed the New York Rangers, 3-2, to win Game 5 on June 13 and clinch the Stanley Cup. Though the Kings played the role of underdog throughout the 2014 NHL playoffs, the team dispatched the Rangers quickly, taking them down in just five games for the title.
Don’t rule out the Rangers just yet! It may be do-or-die as we head into Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals tonight at the Staples Center, but it’s all the more reason for them to show us that they’re still in the game — and their eye is still on the Cup.
Yes, I’m aware of the fact that a mere six inches kept the Los Angeles Kings from forcing overtime in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals and I can admit that the odds aren’t necessarily in the favor of the Rangers as they gear up for Game 5 tonight — but if they take it one game at a time there’s no reason why they can’t take home the Cup.
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