How Sweep it is! The Chicago Black Hawks head to the Stanley Cup Finals.

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How Sweep it is! The Chicago Black Hawks head to the Stanley Cup Finals.
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Eighteen years since being in a Stanley Cup Finals and 49 years since winning Lord Stanley the Chicago Black Hawks steam roll into the finals knocking off the number one seeded San Jose Sharks finishing off a four game sweep.

The Black Hawks await the winner of the Eastern Conference finalists which will be either the Philadelphia Flyers or the Montreal Canadians. They should face off against the Flyers who hold a 3-1 series lead and could close out the series at home tomorrow in Philadelphia.

After putting themselves in a two nothing hole the calm and always cool 2010 Chicago Black Hawks would cut the lead in half on a Brent Seabrook goal that was originally waived off but after video review it clearly went over the goal crease and it was a 2-1 game.

With time winding down in the second Dave Bolland would come from behind the net turn around and rip a wrist shot that would go over the shoulder of San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov at the 18:38 mark for a 2-2 game as the Black Hawks fans would erupt in glory, and just like that the game was tied at two going into the final session.

Dustin Byfuglien who was game three's hero scoring the game winning goal would also gain number one star status in game four as he would score the game winning goal again this time on the power play. NHL has made a history will be made of Dustin's Game three winning goal that can be viewed here. http://www.puckvideo.com/history-will-be-made-dustin-byfuglien.htm .

As the San Jose Sharks would try to push for the equalizer Kris Versteeg would ruin any chance of a come back and put an end to the Sharks season as he sailed in an empty net goal and the Chicago party was on.

It's the Chicago Black Hawks heading to the Stanley Cup Finals against the winner of the Flyers Canadians series and this star studded team will be a heavy favorite against either team they will play. These Black Hawks are just four wins away from what hasn't been done in the windy city in forty nine years, win a Stanley Cup. Four more wins, just four more!

See Video highlights of the Black Hawks and Sharks game four here: http://www.puckvideo.com

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