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"It feels like the last 58 seconds were an eternity." — Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane after Chicago scored the go-ahead goal with 59 seconds remaining in Game 6 to win its second Stanley Cup in four years, 3-2 over the Boston Bruins.
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