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Blackhawks win Stanley Cup

After scoring two goals in 17 seconds in the third period of Game 6, the Chicago Blackhawks became the Stanley Cup champions of 2013.

The Blackhawks won on the road in Boston, beating the Bruins 3-2.

This is the franchise’s fifth title and second in the last four years.

Prior to their Stanley Cup win, the Hawks were seeded #1 in the West and defeated the Minnesota Wild in five games, then the Detroit Red Wings in seven games to meet the L.A. Kings in the conference finals.

The Blackhawks beat the Kings in double overtime in Game 5.

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After scoring two goals in 17 seconds during the third period of Game 6, the Chicago Blackhawks became the Stanley Cup Champions of 2013.

They brought home the cup from Boston early Monday morning.

Here are some moments captured by Chicago Tribune photographers.

MORE PHOTOS: Blackhawks celebrate Stanley Cup win in Boston 

Governor Quinn will collect on a bet with the governor of Massachusetts.

Under terms of the bet, Governor Deval Patrick will spend a day volunteering at an Illinois food bank selected by Quinn.

Quinn celebrated the Hawks Stanley Cup victory Monday night at a bar in the River North neighborhood.

Raw footage of the Stanley Cup and Conn Smythe trophies being transported from venue to venue Tuesday morning as fans look on. (WGN-TV)

Blackhawks fans are rushing to stores to buy their championship shirts, but hats are still in short supply.

Some Blackhawks fans are still not done partying even after staying up and celebrating the entire night.

Waiting for the real Stanley Cup to arrive, Blackhawks fans make-do with a miniature version of Lord Stanley’s Cup.

Blackhawks fans flooded the streets of Wrigleyville just moments after the final puck went in.

Things got a little rowdy as police had to move in.

A shirtless man was spotted on top of the Goose Island tavern sign on Clark Street.

He shouted at the crowd and they yelled for him to jump.

He didn’t do it, and instead slid back to the ground.

That man was among the crowd of a thousand people who packed Clark Street to celebrate the Stanley Cup victory.

Some fans took their celebrating a little too far.

At least one person was arrested in Wrigleyville.

Police say a group of people jumped onto a sculpture outside Wrigley Field, and one man was taken away in handcuffs.

People were also seen rocking a trolley on Clark Street.

Another man was spotted climbing a piece of construction equipment.

At least two injuries were reported from the overnight celebrations.

After their 2010 championship song commemorating the Blackhawks went viral, the Q Brothers debut their latest song for the 2013 championship year.

The Morning News crew chats with Larry’s old friend from Boston on the Bruins loss.

Chicago Blackhawks arrive at Harry Caray’s, along with Patrick Kane carrying the MVP trophy he was awarded with