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Red Wings-Penguins: Did 5:37 Decide the Destination of the Stanley Cup?

Published by on June 5, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

After four games of the Stanley Cup Finals, few things are certain, other than the Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins are square at two wins apiece.

But here’s one: Five minutes and thirty-seven seconds of the second period of Game Four are either going to be someone’s house of horrors (Detroit’s) or simply a really good, exciting stretch of play that turned the home crowd on (Pittsburgh).

5:37.

That’s how long it took the Penguins to, all at once, tie the game, lead the game, and take control of the game—and maybe, just maybe, rescue their chances of winning the Stanley Cup.

The Penguins were trailing 2-1. A rather innocent shot from the point had elu...

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