2013 Stanley Cup Finals

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2013 Stanley Cup Finals
123456 Total
Boston Bruins 322512 2
Chicago Blackhawks 410633 4
  •  – Denotes overtime period(s)
Location(s)Chicago: United Center (1, 2, 5)
Boston: TD Garden (3, 4, 6)
CoachesBoston: Claude Julien
Chicago: Joel Quenneville
CaptainsBoston: Zdeno Chara
Chicago: Jonathan Toews
National anthemsBoston: Rene Rancourt
Chicago: Jim Cornelison
RefereesBrad Watson(1,3,5), Chris Rooney(1,3,5), Dan O'Halloran(2,4,6), Wes McCauley(2,4,6)
DatesJune 12 – June 24
MVPPatrick Kane
Series-winning goalDave Bolland (19:01, third, G6)
NetworksCanada (English): CBC
Canada (French): RDS
United States: NBC, NBC Sports Network
AnnouncersCBC: Jim Hughson, Craig Simpson, Glenn Healy
RDS: Pierre Houde, Marc Denis
NBC/NBC Sports: Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire
(NHL International) Dave Strader, Joe Micheletti

The 2013 Stanley Cup Final was the championship series of the National Hockey League (NHL) 2012–13 season. The Western Conference playoff champion Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Eastern Conference playoff champion Boston Bruins in six games. This was the fifth championship for the Blackhawks.

Due to the 2012–13 NHL lockout the 2013 Cup Finals began on June 12. [1] The last game was June 24. This tied the 1995, also impacted by a lockout, for the latest in June that the Stanley Cup was awarded.

Rosters[change | change source]

Years in boldface under the "Finals appearance" column signify the player won the Stanley Cup in the given year.

Boston Bruins[change | change source]

# Nat Player Position Hand Age Acquired Place of birth Finals appearance
37 Canada Patrice BergeronA C R 27 2003 L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec second (2011)
55 Canada Johnny Boychuk D R 29 2008 Edmonton, Alberta second (2011)
33 Slovakia Zdeno CharaC D L 36 2006 Trenčín, Czechoslovakia second (2011)
16 Latvia Kaspars Daugavins LW L 25 2013 Riga, Latvia first
21 Canada Andrew Ference D L 34 2007 Edmonton, Alberta third (2004, 2011)
68 Czech Republic Jaromir Jagr RW L 41 2013 Kladno, Czechoslovakia third (1991, 1992)
23 Canada Chris Kelly C L 32 2011 Toronto, Ontario third (2007, 2011)
35 Russia Anton Khudobin G L 27 2011 Ust-Kamenogorsk, Soviet Union first
46 Czech Republic David KrejciA C R 27 2004 Šternberk, Czechoslovakia second (2011)
47 United States Torey Krug D L 22 2012 Livonia, Michigan first
17 Canada Milan Lucic LW L 25 2006 Vancouver, British Columbia second (2011)
63 Canada Brad Marchand LW L 25 2006 Halifax, Nova Scotia second (2011)
54 Canada Adam McQuaid D R 26 2007 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island second (2011)
20 Canada Daniel Paille LW L 29 2009 Welland, Ontario second (2011)
49 Canada Rich Peverley C R 30 2011 Guelph, Ontario second (2011)
40 Finland Tuukka Rask G L 26 2006 Savonlinna, Finland second (2011)
19 Canada Tyler Seguin C R 21 2010 Brampton, Ontario second (2011)
44 Germany Dennis Seidenberg D L 31 2010 Villingen-Schwenningen, West Germany second (2011)
34 Sweden Carl Soderberg C L 27 2013 Malmö, Sweden first
22 Canada Shawn Thornton RW R 35 2007 Oshawa, Ontario third (2007, 2011)

Chicago Blackhawks[change | change source]

# Nat Player Position Hand Age Acquired Place of birth Finals appearance
29 Canada Bryan Bickell LW L 27 2004 Bowmanville, Ontario first
36 Canada Dave Bolland C R 27 2004 Etobicoke, Ontario second (2010)
52 United States Brandon Bollig LW L 26 2010 St. Charles, Missouri first
50 Canada Corey Crawford G L 28 2003 Montreal, Quebec first
30 Canada Ray Emery G L 30 2011 Hamilton, Ontario second (2007)
67 Czech Republic Michael Frolik RW L 25 2011 Kladno, Czechoslovakia first
26 Slovakia Michal Handzus C L 36 2013 Banska Bystrica, Czechoslovakia first
4 Sweden Niklas Hjalmarsson D L 26 2005 Eksjö, Sweden second (2010)
81 Slovakia Marian Hossa RW L 34 2009 Stara Ľubovna, Czechoslovakia fourth (2008, 2009, 2010)
88 United States Patrick Kane RW L 24 2007 Buffalo, New York second (2010)
2 Canada Duncan KeithA D L 29 2002 Winnipeg, Manitoba second (2010)
16 Sweden Marcus Kruger C L 23 2009 Stockholm, Sweden first
8 United States Nick Leddy D L 22 2010 Eden Prairie, Minnesota first
27 Sweden Johnny Oduya D L 31 2012 Stockholm, Sweden first
32 Czech Republic Michal Rozsival D R 34 2012 Vlasim, Czechoslovakia first
20 United States Brandon Saad LW L 20 2011 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania first
7 Canada Brent Seabrook D R 28 2003 Richmond, British Columbia second (2010)
10 Canada Patrick SharpA LW R 31 2005 Winnipeg, Manitoba second (2010)
65 Canada Andrew Shaw RW R 21 2011 Belleville, Ontario first
28 United States Ben Smith RW R 24 2008 Winston-Salem, North Carolina first
25 Sweden Viktor Stalberg RW L 27 2010 Gothenburg, Sweden first
19 Canada Jonathan ToewsC C L 25 2006 Winnipeg, Manitoba second (2010)

References[change | change source]

  1. Cohen, Jay (June 12, 2013). "Bruins-Blackhawks Preview". ESPN. Associated Press. Retrieved November 3, 2016.