Blackhawks win Stanley Cup; Patrick Kane takes Conn Smythe Trophy

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      The Chicago Blackhawks have staged a remarkable comeback to win the Stanley Cup.

      The Boston Bruins jumped out to a 2-1 in the third period of tonight's game, thanks to a wrist shot by Vancouver's Milan Lucic.

      But two quick Chicago goals near the end of the third period by Brian Bickell and Dave Bolland ended the Bruins' season at TD Garden in Boston.

      Bickell's marker came at 18:44 on a pass from captain Jonathan Toews.

      Bolland then scored 17 seconds later at 19:01, helping his team win the series in six games.

      The Blackhawks last won the Stanley Cup in 2010.

      Chicago sniper Patrick Kane was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as most valuable player in the playoffs.

      Kane posted 19 points, including nine goals, on the road to victory.