Blackhawks Win Second Cup in Four Years Tonight at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN
50+ Hours of Stanley Cup Classics Presented on NBCSN Throughout Week; Remaining Cup Final Series Include Capitals and Blues’ Inaugural Championships, and Kings 2014 Cup Win
Content to Stream on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App
STAMFORD, Conn. – June 11, 2020 – NBCSN continues its presentation of Stanley Cup Final Week tonight with the Chicago Blackhawks capturing the franchise’s second Stanley Cup in four years in the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins beginning at 5 p.m. ET.
Throughout the remainder of the week, additional featured Stanley Cup broadcasts include the Washington Capitals and St. Louis Blues’ inaugural championships the past two seasons as well as the Los Angeles Kings Cup win in 2014.
Liam McHugh will introduce Games 2, 4 and 6 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. Below is each night’s highlighted Stanley Cup Final Week content the remainder of the week:
- Tonight, Thursday, June 11: 2013 Stanley Cup Final – Games 2, 4 and 6
- Friday, June 12: 2014 Stanley Cup Final
- Saturday, June 13: 2018 Stanley Cup Final
- Sunday, June 14: 2019 Stanley Cup Final
Programming will also stream on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.
TONIGHT, THURSDAY, JUNE 11 – 2013 STANLEY CUP FINAL
Three matchups from the 2013 Cup Final (Games 2, 4 and 6) between the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins are featured tonight. Chicago won the championship in a thrilling last-minute comeback in Game 6, claiming their second Cup win in four years after also winning the title in 2010. Patrick Kane of the Blackhawks won MVP.
|2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 2: Boston vs. Chicago||5 p.m.||NBCSN|
|2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 4: Chicago vs. Boston||7 p.m.||NBCSN|
|2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 6: Chicago vs. Boston||9 p.m.||NBCSN|
|2013 Chicago Blackhawks Championship Film||11 p.m.||NBCSN|
|2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 6: Chicago vs. Boston||12:30 a.m.||NBCSN|
|Gamechangers: All-Time Greats||2:30 a.m.||NBCSN|
2013 STANLEY CUP FINAL GAME 2 AT 5 P.M. ET
For the second consecutive matchup to start the series, Chicago and Boston needed overtime to decide a winner. After Chicago claimed Game 1 in triple overtime, the Bruins evened things up in Game 2 on Daniel Paille’s goal 13:48 into the first overtime.
Seven-time Emmy Award-winner Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick, U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame member Eddie Olczyk and ‘Inside-the-Glass’ analyst Pierre McGuire called the matchup from the United Center in Chicago, Ill.
2013 STANLEY CUP FINAL GAME 4 AT 7 P.M. ET
In another overtime affair, Game 4 featured a series-high 11 total goals. Following five goals in the 2nd period and three more in the third, the game went into overtime tied at five. Brent Seabrook of the Blackhawks netted the overtime winner to give Chicago the victory and even the series at two games, in a matchup they never trailed.
Emrick, Olczyk and McGuire called the action from TD Garden in Boston, Ma.
2013 STANLEY CUP FINAL GAME 6 AT 9 P.M. ET & 12:30 A.M. ET
Game 6 produced one of the most dramatic conclusions to a series in Cup Final history. Tied at 1 in the 3rd period, and needing a win to force Game 7, the Bruins scored the go-ahead goal with just under eight minutes left to play. The score remained 2-1 until late in regulation, when the Blackhawks pulled goaltender Corey Crawford and received the game-tying goal from Bryan Bickell with just over a minute remaining. Only 17 seconds later, Chicago’s Dave Bolland scored what would be the Cup-clinching goal to conclude a thrilling series between Original Six clubs.
Emrick, Olczyk and McGuire called the clinching game from TD Garden. The matchup drew 8.2 million viewers to stand as the second-most watched Stanley Cup Final Game 6 on record since 1994.
2013 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS CHAMPIONSHIP FILM AT 11 P.M. ET
After winning their second Cup in four years, this film provides an inside look into Chicago’s 2013 Stanley Cup title with exclusive footage chronicling the sights and sounds of their championship season, including interviews with players and coaches.
GAMECHANGERS: ALL-TIME GREATS AT 2:30 A.M. ET
This 30-minute roundtable discussion from 2017 features Stanley Cup champions and NHL legends Wayne Gretzky, Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby, Bobby Orr and Mario Lemieux discussing a wide range of topics including winning the Stanley Cup, playing in the Olympics, Connor McDavid and other up-and-coming NHL stars, what it would have been like to play against each other, and Orr’s famous 1970 Stanley Cup winning goal.