Game of Thrones: Hawks overthrow Kings
That was Quick
Jonathan Quick looks down, but the puck has already gone throught his legs and into the back of the net on a shot by Duncan Keith early in the first period.
Welcome back, Dunc
Duncan Keith celebrates with his teammates after scoring the Blackhawks' first goal of the night early in the first period.
Eyes on the prize
Patrick Kane eyes the net and fallen Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick just before firing the Hawks' second goal of the first period into the net.
Kane gets some love
Patrick Kane is congratulated after scoring his first goal of the night against the Kings.
Michael Frolik launches Jake Muzzin into the Blackhawks bench in the first period.
Counting on Crow
Corey Crawford was great in goal, stopping 33 of the 36 shots he faced in regulation and two overtimes.
Kaner strikes again
Patrick Kane reacts after putting his second goal of the game, this time in the third period, past Jonathan Quick.
Patrick Kane celebrates his late third-period goal, which put the Hawks up 3-2 until ...
Kings' last stand
Mike Richards redirected a shot past Corey Crawford with 9.4 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime.
Third time's the charm
Patrick Kane reacts after his game-winning goal in double overtime, which completed a hat trick and blasted the Blackhawks to the Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins.
The Blackhawks celebrate dispatching the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings among the hats strewn about the ice honoring Patrick Kane's hat trick.
Show of respect
Jonathan Quick (left) and Corey Crawford shake hands after the Blackhawks defeated the Kings in five games.
Jonathan Toews (right) accepts the Campbell Cup from deputy commissioner Bill Daly after the game.
Bring on the Bruins
The Blackhawks gather around the Campbell Cup. As part of tradition/superstition, not one player is touching the trophy.