The 240 pages of "One Goal II: The Inside Story of the 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks" are filled with photos of the most memorable moments from the 2012-13 season, including Dave Bolland's last-minute game-winning goal against the Boston Bruins and bruised but victorious Blackhawks hoisting the Stanley Cup. Here is a sneak preview of the iconic photographs appearing in this official book.
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Daniel Carcillo, Johnny Oduya and Niklas Hjalmarsson celebrate after Carcillo scored with just 49.3 seconds left in regulation against the Colorado Avalanche on March 6, 2013, at the United Center. Carcillo's late goal, his first since returning from an injury sustained Jan. 19, capped off a 3-2 win for the Blackhawks and extended Chicago's record-breaking point streak to 24 games. "The victory is the 11th in a row for the Blackhawks, and Carcillo is the 13th different player to produce a game-winning goal during the amazing stretch," writes Bob Verdi in the chapter on the streak. "[Carcillo] goes to his knees in exultation. 'It was a long time coming,' says Car Bomb." (Photo by Bill Smith/Chicago Blackhawks)
Duncan Keith, Marian Hossa, Jonathan Toews, Brent Seabrook and Patrick Sharp line up for the national anthem ahead of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final at the United Center on June 12. "Because of the abbreviated 2012-13 schedule, the Blackhawks and Bruins had not met during the regular season," Verdi writes in his preview of the series. "Oddly enough, despite decades of pitched battles, the two teams had previously confronted each other in only seven playoff series, and never in the Stanley Cup Final." (Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images)
Dave Bolland knocks the puck past Bruins netminder Tuukka Rask in the third period of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. "With 58 seconds remaining, Bolland's goal was the latest game-winner ever in the Stanley Cup Final, capping off an unbelievable regular season and playoff run," Verdi writes. (Photo by Brian Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images)
Andrew Shaw, who took a puck to the face in Game 6, hoists the Stanley Cup at TD Garden on June 24. "As a former player and fan, I really appreciated the lengths he went to so he could come right back," writes radio color analyst Troy Murray in a chapter about Shaw's role on the team. "It wasn't a surprise to me when we saw him again, stitched up and determined not to miss a shift." (Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images)