This series has been simply unbelievable. Just when you think the game is over, it's not over, as evidenced by nearly impossible third period comebacks in the last two games that forced overtime.
That should also apply to this series as a whole. If you think it's over, you might want to think again. ANYTHING could happen tonight, and Chicago won't make it easy for the Ducks.
One issue to keep in mind. The two teams have played the equivalent of nearly two extra games because of all the overtimes. With the Blackhawks only suiting four defenders for the series, fatigue may turn into a serious disadvantage for them.
WHAT DOES TWITTER SAY?
.@KentFrench hit the streets of Chicago with one goal - find some deep dish pizza. We bring you The Pizza Report. https://t.co/4unWThtNn8— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) May 27, 2015
With a Stanley Cup Final berth on the line, the #NHLDucks are focused on one thing - Game 6: http://t.co/qXpqJPnnI3 https://t.co/XFqf2e5Q8k— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) May 27, 2015
.@Matt_Beleskey: "It's going to be the small things, the little details, that get us a win tonight. This is where you want to be."— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) May 27, 2015
"When you’re backed into a corner you’re going to do anything necessary." — Johnny Oduya. WATCH: http://t.co/6ppKB3wGUk— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) May 27, 2015
'Everything's on the line' for the #Blackhawks tonight as they face elimination against the Ducks. Lear's Look: http://t.co/T1csN1YXkt— Eric Lear (@BHTVeric) May 27, 2015
Brandon Saad and Niklas Hjalmarsson on the "do or die" Game 6 in Chicago. WATCH: http://t.co/n1zyXP8XjI— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) May 26, 2015