Chicago Blackhawks vs Anaheim Ducks. PlayOff NHL 2015



This was the first playoff meeting for these teams. Anaheim most recently made it to the Conference Finals in 2007, when they defeated the Detroit Red Wings in six games. This was Chicago’s third consecutive Conference Finals appearance, and their fifth overall in the last seven years; they were defeated by the Los Angeles Kings in seven games in the previous year. Chicago won two of the three games in this year’s regular season series.

The Blackhawks eliminated the Ducks in seven games. Anaheim took Game 1, 4–1, getting goals from four different players and Frederik Andersen stopping 26 out of 27 shots. Game 2 was the longest game in Chicago franchise history as Marcus Kruger scored 16-12 into triple-overtime to give the Blackhawks a 3–2 victory. Anaheim defeated Chicago in Game 3, 2–1, as Simon Despres’ first career Stanley Cup playoff goal with 55 seconds left in the second period proved to be the difference. In Game 4, a total of six goals were scored during the third period. After the period began with a 1–1 tie, the Blackhawks scored two consecutive goals, followed by the Ducks scoring three in 37 seconds, before Patrick Kane’s power play goal tied it again at 4–4. The contest ended when Antoine Vermette scored at 5-37 of double overtime to give Chicago a 5–4 victory. Game 5 also had nine total goals between the two teams. The Ducks built a 3–0 first period lead before Chicago scored two in the second to cut the score to 3–2. Patrick Maroon scored at 14-45 of the third period to increase Anaheim’s lead to 4–2, but Jonathan Toews scored twice inside the final two minutes of regulation to tie the game and force overtime. This time, Matt Beleskey scored 45 seconds into the extra period to give the Ducks the 5–4 victory. But in Game 6, the Blackhawks built a 3–0 second-period lead, with Duncan Keith recording an assist in each of those three goals, en route to a 5–2 win. And in Game 7, Toews scored twice as Chicago built a 4–0 second-period lead en route to a 5–3 victory.

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19 thoughts on “Chicago Blackhawks vs Anaheim Ducks. PlayOff NHL 2015”

  1. Game 4 and 5 were two of the craziest hockey games you'll ever see. I always felt that the Blackhawks comeback in game 5 was what did in the Ducks. Even though they won, they probably felt really frustrated and nervous having surrendered a 2 goal lead late. It probably gave the Blackhawks momentum and belief they were the better team since the series up to that point clearly favored the Ducks.

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  2. I remember That Estevez dude talking shit after The Ducks went up, in the series…
    I haven't heard from him since😆

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  3. gosh this series had all the drama you could ask for… probably more than twice as entertaining as the final series against Tampa, save for the clutch moment of the last game… Keith breaking the 0-0 tie to shatter anyone's second guess of who would be the Conn Smythe that year and Kane's late goal to provide the lone two-goal lead of the entire series. But this series had it all… wow. Great series Ducks you were for sure a worthy opponent. I'm still impressed of how the Hawks just were determined and cool enough to come out on top in game 7.

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  4. Duncan Keith won the Conn Smythe in this series; him, Seabrook and Hammer were the only 3 D they could rely on and Teeth came through huge playing 33 minutes/game, averaged a point/game and somehow came out with a +1 while being on the ice nearly every time the top 2 Ducks lines were.

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  5. I was there at game 2 and it was awesome!!! Even though the ducks lost that game it was an amazing experience I will never forget
    Go ducks for Stanley cup 2020!

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  6. Went to game2 with my father it was around 1am when the game ended longest game in hawks history. As a hawks fan never felt more drained

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