2013 NHL Playoffs: Ranking the Biggest Difference-Makers in Stanley Cup Final

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2013 NHL Playoffs: Ranking the Biggest Difference-Makers in Stanley Cup Final
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The 2013 Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks has been a phenomenal battle and confirmed many people's predictions that it would reach six or seven games.

These are two evenly matched opponents with a wealth of championship-winning experience, which has resulted in four exhilarating games with the series tied at two apiece.

This is the fourth championship series in the last five years to be tied 2-2 after four games. In the previous three series, two of them were won by the team that lost Game 5 on the road.

As we anxiously wait for the first puck drop in Game 5 on Saturday night, let's look at the biggest difference in the Cup Final so far.

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