2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Keys to Blackhawks WCF Game 2 Win

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2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Keys to Blackhawks WCF Game 2 Win
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Shaw set the tone early and begun what would be a route on Quick and the Kings.

The Chicago Blackhawks continued to ride their momentum to a fifth-consecutive victory with a 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.

Playing their second game in just over 24 hours, Chicago used home-ice advantage to its full potential.

The Blackhawks scored twice in the first period to take an early lead and then chased Kings' netminder Jonathan Quick with a pair of goals early in the second. L.A. scored on the power play late in the third period, but were never really in it.

Quick let up four goals on 17 shots and was pulled before the game got to the midway point of the second period. He had not allowed more than three goals in any game over the past two postseasons.

Here are five reasons why Chicago has a 2-0 lead as the series shifts to Los Angeles.

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