Stanley Cup Playoffs GIFs: Blackhawks-Bruins, Game 4
The greatest hits, misses, goals and celebrations from Wednesday night's Stanley Cup battle
It's here -- Stanley Cup or bust.
RedEye recruited GIF-master Dianna McDougall to join us for Wednesday night's Blackhawks-Bruins Game 4 battle, capturing the best and best-worst moments from the game, with commentary from Sports Editor Chris Sosa, Dianna and me.
We'll kick it off right after the National Anthem. Check back here for updates throughout the night.
Minutes into the first period -- Hawks score. The 'Zus is loose! What you don't see: Brandon Saad's fantastic pass from the other side. Gorgeous. -CS
Birds in flight! -DMcD
A hockey scrum or deleted scene from "World War Z"? You be the judge. -CS
Bruins tie it up.
Brandon Saad should lose his penalty killing privileges after turning it over not once but twice, leading to this goal. -CS
Hawks score! Captain Serious sighting! He makes this tap-in goal look easy. Trust us. It's not. -CS
Kane gets it in. 3-1, Blackhawks! -JG
THREE goals in one period, guys. Kruger slid this one in. -JG
So the puck bounces off the top of the net, where a waiting Bruin pokes it in. What else can go wrong? Wait, don't answer that. Bruins bring it up to 4-3. -CS
TIED! A little help for the goalie? Anyone? -CS
NOBODY puts Baby Sharpie in a corner. -JG
"Well, if Keith hadn't lost his teeth three years ago, he would have just then." -@givemetexture
We call this job security. Sharp for 5! -JG
High five! Sharp puts the Hawks up on a power play. About time, guys. -CS
Aaaaand low five. Seriously, They couldn't hang on for just a couple of minutes. -CS
"We can get past these differences." -Toews
"HAVE MY BABIES SEABROOK!" -@redeyedana
Brent Seabrook is Mr. Clutch. This blast is his second OT game winner this postseason. Well done, Seabs. -CS
RISE UP! HAWKS WIN!
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