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NHL Stanley Cup Finals

Season 57 Episode 3

Game 3 - Chicago at Philadelphia (2010)

Aired Saturday 7:00 PM Jun 02, 2010 on CBC
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Game 3 - Chicago at Philadelphia (2010)

Game 3 of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Final Score: Chicago 3 Philadelphia 4 (OT)
Chicago leads series 2-1

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  • Another Terrific Game!

    I really enjoyed this game and I think that on the basis of the overall play, the Flyers deserved this one. A 2-1 Chicago lead is just about right in the series to date. And, it assures a fifth game this coming Sunday!

    Both teams played well in this game and for the second consecutive game, the Flyers outshot the Hawks 15-4 in the third period and again had little to show for it. They did well to tie the game after falling behind for the first time at 3-2. Responding in 20 seconds got the crowd right back into it and they dominated from there, except for a brief spurt here and there. Chicago came out hot in overtime and could have easily won the game on the first few shifts of the extra session.

    My sense is that while the Flyers play with tremendous heart and deserve to be here, they don't have anywhere near the Hawks' firepower. Philly can dominate for extended periods yet as soon as Chicago break out of their own zone, they look dangerous.

    All things considered, this really is Chicago's Cup to lose. They have the better players and home ice. I'm inclined to think that they will win the series five games, but it will be anything but easy. Barring any empty netters, I think we're in for a series featuring exciting one goal games.moreless
Ron McLean

Ron McLean

Studio Host

Jim Hughson

Jim Hughson

Play-by-Play Announcer

Craig Simpson

Craig Simpson

Color Commentator

Glenn Healy

Glenn Healy

Ice Level Color Commentator

Elliotte Friedman

Elliotte Friedman

Ice Level Reporter

Scott Oake

Scott Oake

Ice Level Reporter

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Final Score:
      Chicago 3 Philadelphia 4 (OT)
      Chicago leads series 2-1

    • In lieu of the Star Spangled Banner, the Flyers continued their long standing tradition of paying God Bless America prior to key games. The tradition began on December 11, 1969, when a recorded version sung by Kate Smith was played prior to a game with the Toronto Maple Leafs, which the Flyers won 6-3.
      The first live performance was at the Flyers' 1973-74 season home opener on October 11, 1973. The Flyers also won that game, also against Toronto by a score of 2-0. The live performance in the playoffs was before Game 6 of the 1974 Stanley Cup Finals. The Flyers beat the Boston Bruins 1-0 that day to clinch their first Stanley Cup.
      Today, God Bless America is performed by Flyers' anthem singer Lauren Hart, accompanied by Kate Smith on the video screen. Lauren sings the first part, Kate the second and the two both sing the final part. With tonight's victory, the Flyers are an amazing 86-22-4 (.786) when God Bless America is played.

    • This is Referee Bill McCreary's 43rd Stanley Cup Finals game, which is one more than Hall of Famer Bill "The Big Whistle" Chadwick (1915–2009). Chadwick was the first referee to use hand signals in the early 1940s. His system was adopted by the NHL in 1956, one year after his retirement.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Jim Hughson: From the Madhouse on Madison, we now have bedlam on Broad Street in Philadelphia. This building is every bit as loud and not nearly as polite. Welcome to Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final...

    • Chicago's Adam Burish: Going into this thing, if you would have said we'd be up 2-1 after three games we probably would have taken it. That's the kind of game you'd expect in the Stanley Cup finals with a team down 2-0 coming back home. We're still in a good spot.

    • Chicago's Duncan Keith: It's frustrating but ... these guys are a good team too; you have to give them some respect. We're not just going to waltz in here and play the game and expect to win without doing the little things. They're not going to quit, they haven't quit all year and that's the reason they're here.

    • (on his overtime goal)
      Philadelphia's Claude Giroux: I tried to get a stick on it, and it just trickled in. Our line started playing well, so anytime your line's going you just play better I think. The whole team just showed up tonight, and we really wanted that win. Desperation was the key word, I think. It's almost do or die.
      Philadelphia's Claude Giroux: It's probably the biggest goal of my career. There's a lot of emotion (Wednesday) but I think it's important that we just focus and be ready for Game 4.

    • Chicago's Jonathan Toews: It's a tough way to lose, especially in OT when you work as hard as you did. We had the lead in the third and they kind of came right back and took the momentum away.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Lineups
      Chicago Blackhawks

      Dave Bolland C
      Troy Brouwer RW
      Adam Burish RW
      Dustin Byfuglien RW
      Brian Campbell D
      Ben Eager LW
      Jordan Hendry D
      Niklas Hjalmarsson D
      Marian Hossa RW
      Cristobal Huet G
      Patrick Kane RW
      Duncan Keith D
      Tomas Kopecky RW
      John Madden C
      Antti Niemi G
      Brent Seabrook D
      Patrick Sharp C
      Brent Sopel D
      Jonathan Toews C (Team Captain)
      Kris Versteeg RW
      Philadelphia Flyers
      Arron Asham RW
      Oskars Bartulis D
      Blair Betts C
      Brian Boucher G
      Daniel Briere C
      Daniel Carcillo LW
      Matt Carle D
      Jeff Carter C
      Braydon Coburn D
      Simon Gagne LW
      Claude Giroux RW
      Scott Hartnell LW
      Lukas Krajicek D
      Ian Laperriere C
      Michael Leighton G
      Ville Leino LW
      Darroll Powe C
      Chris Pronger D
      Mike Richards C (Team Captain)
      Kimmo Timonen D

    • Head Coaches:
      Chicago: Joel Quenneville
      Philadelphia: Peter Laviolette


    • Madhouse on Madison Refers to the nickname of the United Center, the Chicago Blackhawks home arena, which is located at 1901 W. Madison Street in Chicago.
      Bedlam on Broad Street The Wachovia Center, the Philadelphia Flyers' home arena, is located at 3601 S. Broad Street in Philadelphia.

    • Hartnell, looking very much like he could co-star in Braveheart
      Jim Hughson is speaking about Philadelphia's Scott Hartnell, whose long curly hair and ample beard remind him of Mel Gibson's portrayal of Scottish warrior William Wallace in the 1995 film Braveheart.