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One Goal II Book Preview (Part 3)

Tuesday, 11.26.2013 / 10:34 AM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog
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Through The Glass photo blog
One Goal II Book Preview (Part 3)
The 240 pages of "One Goal II: The Inside Story of the 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks" are filled with photos of the most memorable moments from the 2012-13 season, including the biggest goals of the Stanley Cup Final and celebration from the locker room after the championship win. Here is a sneak preview of the iconic photographs appearing in this official book.

To order your copy, which will be shipped this holiday season, click here.

bickell scoring
Bryan Bickell scores in the third period of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins. "[Bickell] parked himself in front of the Bruins goal, accepted a centering pass from Toews and scored through goalie Tuukka Rask's legs to tie the contest," writes radio play-by-play announcer John Wiedeman in a story about Bickell's rise through the hockey world. "Bryan finished the playoffs second in team scoring with nine goals and eight assist in 23 games — a dream ending to a career-defining season." (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)


shaw screaming
Andrew Shaw celebrates with the Stanley Cup in the dressing room in TD Garden. "Shaw, still bleeding from a shot he blocked with his right cheekbone, kissed the Cup and left it with a spot of red," writes Blackhawks Team Historian Bob Verdi in a chapter about the post-game celebrations. (Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images)


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"There was electricity in the building even after the lights were doused for a stunning ceremony," Verdi writes in a story on the banner-raising ceremony, which featured light-up wristbands given to each member of the United Center crowd. "What revelry, worth a separate admission fee. ... Those wristbands blinked in synchronized red and white while the frozen pond below became a kaleidoscopic slideshow." (Photo by Mackenzie McCluer/Chicago Blackhawks)