2010 Stanley Cup Finals, Game 6: Hawks take 3-2 lead, 20 minutes from glory

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Philadelphia Flyers 2, Chicago Blackhawks 3


Hawks lead series 3-2

I’m going to keep this one very brief,
as the game is wearing me out and I have to maintain my strength.

The
Hawks are outshooting the Flyers 27-13, yet midway through the 2nd
period were losing 2-1. They roared back thanks to a Patrick Sharp goal
and a nifty Andrew Ladd tip, giving the Hawks a 3-2 late in the period
that stunned the heck out of the home crowd.

The officials in this
game are making an absolute mockery out of the Stanley Cup finals. It’s
disgraceful the way this game is being called, and it’s an absolute
shame. We shouldn’t be talking about the officiating in a game like
this.

Danny Briere has now broken Brian Propp’s team record of 28
postseason points, with a goal and assist tonight. He also has 11 points
in six games in the finals. Is he a dark horse for the Conn Smythe if
the Flyers come back?