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Every Blackhawks Playoff Goal Captured on 20-Minute YouTube Video

By Justin Breen | August 14, 2013 8:29am | Updated on August 14, 2013 8:44am
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CHICAGO — The 2013 Chicago Blackhawks scored 64 playoff goals on their way to the franchise's fifth Stanley Cup championship.

A 20-minute YouTube video created by Tim Cartland highlights all of them.

Actually, there are 65 lamp-lighters in the video, which includes Niklas Hjalmarsson goal that was waived off in Game 7 against the Red Wings, only to be followed by Brent Seabrook's overtime winner.

The video, which includes play-by-play calls, is approaching 20,000 views online.

"We had such an amazing team last year that I wanted every goal to be captured for diehard fans to watch and see what a magical playoff run it was," said Cartland, 31, of Harvard, Ill. "It was such a special team, and I still get goosebumps watching the video."

 The Blackhawks are moving on to the Stanley Cup finals to face the Boston Bruins.
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Cartland, who runs the video and photography company Ready Aim Action Productions, starting compiling the goal clips before the Hawks claimed the Cup. After each game, he would spend about an hour piecing together the goals "in the hopes that we could rewatch history as many times as we wanted if we happened to win the Stanley Cup," Cartland said.

Cartland posted the video on YouTube the day after the Hawks beat the Bruins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals. He posted a link on the Blackhawks Reddit page, and it spread like wildfire.

He was hoping to have about 1,000 viewings, so he said the 20,000 figure is "mind blowing."

"I appreciate everybody watching it and the feedback," he said. "It's been wonderful."