Red Wings-Blackhawks: Detroit Goes Back to the Stanley Cup Finals

Walker DavidsonCorrespondent IMay 27, 2009

CALGARY, AB - April 17: Andrei Zyuzin #7 (C), Dion Phaneuf #3 (second from R), and Jarome Iginla #12 (R) of the Calgary Flames celebrate with their teammates after defeating the Detroit Red Wings by a score of 3-2 in game three of the Western Conference Quarterfinals at the Saddledome on April 17, 2007, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The Red Wings now lead the Flames by two games to one in the series. (Photo by Tim Smith/Getty Images)

The Detroit Red Wings make the Stanley Cup Finals once again—and with luck, they might just take home the Stanley Cup.

Scoring Recap:

Patrick Kane (BH) backhanded from the right circle with 12:53

Dan Cleary (RW) redirected a goal with 6:08 left in third period

Darren Helm (RW) rebounded and shot for the winning goal in overtime.

The Red Wings have had an awesome year, with a total of over 250 goals scored. They have made history with the number of time the have made it to the Cup Finals, and the number of times they have won the Cup.