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Hawks to take on Bruins in Game 1 of Stanley Cup finals

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The Hawks will host the Boston Bruins at the United Center for Game One of the Stanley Cup final Wednesday. It will be the first time two of the original six members of the NHL will meet for the championship in 34 years.

The game will get underway shortly after 7 p.m. Game Two is Saturday night, also in Chicago.

Then, the series goes to Boston for Games Three and Four next Monday and Wednesday.

Here's the rest of the schedule:

  • If Game Five is needed, it will be in Chicago on Saturday, June 22.
  • Game Six would be back in Boston on the 24th.
  • Game Seven would take place at the United Center the following Wednesday.

All games are at 7 p.m.

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