2010 Stanley Cup Final: Five Changes to Expect in Game Two

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2010 Stanley Cup Final: Five Changes to Expect in Game Two

After attending Game One of the 2010 Stanley Cup Final, it was impossible to go to sleep. The Chicago Blackhawks and Philadelphia Flyers played an exhilarating, back-and-forth game that got this year's NHL championship series off with an explosion.

The Blackhawks escaped with a 6-5 victory, but there are a number of subplots that are already starting to develop.

The question for everyone, including the rosters, as we prepare for Game Two is whether or not these subplots will become trends; when you get to this point in the season, 48 hours is more than enough time to make changes to a game plan, philosophy, and even the roster.

Let's take a look at some of the stories that fans should expect to change in Game Two as the Stanley Cup Final progresses.

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