Featuring iconic and never-before-published photographs, as well as essays from Team Historian Bob Verdi and other Blackhawks figures, "One Goal II: The Inside Story of the 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks" follows the team from the streak to the Stanley Cup Final, from the parade to the banner raising, and chronicles on-ice action and behind-the-scenes celebration along the way. Take a look through some of the photos that appear in this official book.
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Head Coach Joel Quenneville helps to paint the ice at the United Center on Jan. 10, 2013, before the start of the shortened 2012-13 season. "Each of the 30 franchises would face a grind of 48 games in 99 days, an open invitation for the survival of the fittest, the most motivated, the truly addicted," writes Blackhawks Team Historian Bob Verdi in the opening chapter of One Goal II. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)
The team gave away 100 autographed sticks, 250 autographed pucks, 1,000 autographed jerseys and 50 VIP experiences throughout the regular season as part of the Fan Salute program. The VIP experiences "included player and coach meet-and-greets, dinners with a Blackhawks Ambassador, Zamboni rides, passes to attend private morning skates and behind-the-scenes gameday tours," writes One Goal II contributor Leah Hendrickson in a story about the program and its winners. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)
Duncan Keith talks strategy with Ray Emery during practice before Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Minnesota Wild. "Late in Chicago's off-day between [Games 3 and 4], defenseman Duncan Keith found out that he needed to charter a private jet to whisk him back to Chicago to witness the birth of his first child, Colton," writes One Goal II contributor Emerald Gao in the series recap. "He rejoined the team for Game 4 as a new dad, completing a 'whirlwind 24 hours' by playing a team-high 23:57 in the 3-0 win." (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)
Michal Rozsival sprays his teammates with champagne as Daniel Carcillo hoists the Stanley Cup. (Photo by Bill Smith/Chicago Blackhawks)
Jonathan Toews snaps a photo of Andrew Shaw's stitches as Bryan Bickell inspects the Cup on the team's charter flight back to Chicago after beating the Boston Bruins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)
Jonathan Toews holds the Stanley Cup on one knee and the Selke Trophy for best defensive forward on the other as his bus departs the United Center parking lot during the championship parade on June 28. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)
More than 2 million fans turned out to cheer on the Blackhawks as the team paraded through downtown Chicago to a rally in Grant Park. "Friday, June 28, 2013, shall be remembered in Chicago annals as a day when the city that works, didn't," Verdi writes in the chapter recounting the parade. "Hundreds of thousands and thousands of hundreds flocked downtown to create yet another standing-room-only crowd for the Blackhawks, who were crowned Stanley Cup champions again." (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)