It's pretty easy for the Blackhawks to get distracted in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final vs. the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday night.
It's the first time the Blackhawks have an opportunity to clinch the Stanley Cup on home ice since 1938. The Cup is in the building, which is why Eddie Olczyk believes the team's biggest challenge might be in their heads.
"It's hard not to look at what might happen if you win," said Olczyk on Kap and Haugh on Monday. "It's not hard to think about what's going to happen down the road if you win, and the psychological part for these players and coaches tonight will be the hardest thing that they'll have to deal with. I really believe that because of everything that's going around.
"I don't care how much they've won, I don't care how much experience that they've had in winning two Cups in the last five years, the mental part of this game will be a great challenge."
The Lightning are here for a reason and they won't go away without a fight. With their backs against the wall, they're going to give it their all, and the Blackhawks have to be ready for that.
"Tampa isn't going anywhere," said Olczyk. "They're going to give them their best punch. ...It's going to be a great test."
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Regardless if you're a Blackhawks fan or Lightning fan, Game 6 should be one for the ages.
"I can't wait to get inside the building," said Olczyk, "because I think it's going to be as electric as we've ever seen a hockey game in anticipation for Game 6 tonight."
See what else Eddie O had to say on Kap and Haugh in the video above.