Sean Leahy of Yahoo! Sports' Puck Daddy blog has published a list of five reasons why the Blackhawks will end their 49-year Stanley Cup drought in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final tonight. He points to the line adjustment the Blackhawks made in Game 5 to free Dustin Byfuglien, Patrick Kane, and Jonathan Toews, who "[combined] for three goals and seven points apart from each other," as one reason.
Interestingly, the piece has as much to do with what the Flyers can't do as much as it does with what the Blackhawks can. For example, he thinks Philly might have exhausted its quota of comebacks in these playoffs:
The Flyers have given us one of the more memorable playoffs runs in recent history, but can they come from behind in a series for a third time this postseason? Philadelphia has already proven they can scratch their way back into the Stanley Cup Final ... on home ice. Game 6 being at Wachovia Center will be an advantage, but there's no room for errors anymore. There's a pretty big carrot at the end of the stick for the Blackhawks should they win tonight and that should be enough motivation for them to thwart yet another Flyer comeback.