What the rest of the world is saying about the Blackhawks

What the rest of the world is saying about the Blackhawks

June 25, 2013, 9:45 am
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CSN Staff

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The Blackhawks are on top of the world right now, celebrating their epic Stanley Cup victory and escorting the trophy around town.

In the hours since Dave Bolland's Cup-clinching goal, we've seen plenty about Chicago's reaction to the championship. But what is the rest of the world saying about the Blackhawks?

**From NBC's Joe Posnanski -- Beyond belief: 'Hawks make history with comeback

**From CSNNewEngland -- Bruins radio commenter Bob Beers tips his hat to the Blackhawks.

**CSNNewEngland's Bruins Insider Joe Haggerty says the better team won the Cup, but... (Check out more from Haggerty and Co. out at our New England affiliate)

**Yahoo takes a look at how the Blackhawks ruined Tuukka Rask's solid postseason in a matter of 17 seconds.

**CBS Boston with a classy column from Michael Hurley -- From Boston to Chicago: Hats off to you

**Here's a video and photo gallery from Huffington Post taking you inside the Blackhawks locker room after the game.

**The Toronto Sun has already made it known who they were rooting for in the Stanley Cup Final, but they also had a must-read feature on Stan and Scotty Bowman -- First family of Stanley Cup raises another

**Scott Burnside at ESPN's Cross Checks blog says this Stanley Cup victory felt extra special.

**USA Today's Kevin Allen profiles how captain Jonathan Toews never let the Blackhawks quit.

**Nate Scott of USA Today's For the Win blog examines the 17 seconds that changed the course of history and declares the Blackhawks on the verge of a dynasty.

**SBNation's Ricky O'Donnell sets the scene of the city's celebration after the final horn went off...and how powerful it is to hear "Chelsea Dagger."

**Katie Baker of Grantland has a very well-written long-form feature on the Blackhawks' run, examining the championship season from several different angles.

**ChicagoSide's Brian Sandalow revisits how far the Blackhawks have come over the better part of the last decade, and the faith of the fanbase.