Relive four of the greatest moments in Chicago hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2015 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6 vs Tampa Bay - Sixth Stanley Cup
1961 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6 vs Detroit - Third Stanley Cup
1995 Western Conference Semis: Game 4 vs Vancouver - Chelios' game winner
2010 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6 vs Philadelphia - Fourth Stanley Cup
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2015 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
Sixth Stanley Cup
Chicago vs Tampa Bay
2 - 0
15 June, 2015
After Tampa jumped out to a 2 - 1 series lead, Chicago went on to win the next 3 in a row to win the cup. Chicago shut out Tampa in Game 6, with the second and final goal of the series coming off a series of perfectly executed passes from Brandon Saad to Brad Richards to Patrick Kane, who nailed the shot. Chicago won the game 2 -0, winning their first Stanley Cup on home ice since 1938, their third Cup in 6 seasons, and their 6th Cup overall.
1961 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
Third Stanley Cup
Chicago vs Detroit
5 - 1
16 April, 1961
Game 6 of the 1961 Stanley Cup turned into a 5-1 rout for Chicago. Ab McDonald scored the second goal, and what would be the game-winner, on this put back off a shot from Bobby Hull.
1995 Western Conference Semis: Game 4
Chelios' game winner
Chicago vs Vancouver
4 - 3
27 May, 1995
Chicago swept Vancouver in the 1995 Semifinals thanks to two back-to-back overtime game-winners from Chris Chelios. After getting the winning goal in Game 3, Chelios again found the back of the net off this pass from Denis Savard to take Chicago to the Conference Finals.
2010 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
Fourth Stanley Cup
Chicago vs Philadelphia
4 - 3
9 June, 2010
The 2010 Stanley Cup Finals came down to the wire in Game 6. Philadelphia had scored in the third to tie the game and push it into OT, but Chicago was determined to win the Cup before Game 7. Brian Campbell found Patrick Kane 4 minutes into OT for the game-winner, and Chicago got their 4th Stanley Cup.