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BOSTON - Drew and Carol Bolland knew what to expect this time. Travelling to Boston for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final, they remembered what it was like when their son Dave and the Chicago Blackhawks won in 2010. Even Bollands wife Julia had a feeling it would happen again Monday night at TD Garden. She told everyone on the flight from Chicago her prediction. But none of them could have imagined it would happen this way: Bolland scoring the game-winner with just under a minute left, the second goal in 17 seconds to stun the Bruins. And while the 27-year-old winger from Toronto seemed too stunned amid the Cup celebration to revel in his hero status, Julia — six months pregnant — couldnt contain her emotions in the moment. "At first I didnt know that he scored," she said. "And then when I found out I started crying and fell to the ground. My mother-in-laws like, Get up, youre going to hurt the baby. It was crazy. It was so fast." Drew Bolland was worried too, but no harm was done. The Bollands beamed as they posed with the Cup. "Its like a dream," Drew Bolland said. "Its one thing winning the Stanley Cup back three years ago, but to come back here, you start thinking, Hey, itd be great if he won the Stanley Cup again. But to score the winning goal just blows your mind away." Bolland made one of the more thrilling endings in Cup final history sound routine. Bryan Bickell tied the score with 1:16 left, and defenceman Johnny Oduyas shot found its way to Bolland on the doorstep. "The puck went back to the D, he shot it," Bolland said. "All I knew was it was sitting in front of me, so I had to tap it in." Theres plenty of history between Bickell and Bolland, who played together in the Greater Toronto Hockey League from the ages of 12 to 15. "They were friends all through hockey, so that was unbelievable," Drew Bolland said. "A GTHL guy scores the tying goal, and David scores the winning goal." Bolland, almost stoically called it a "big feeling" to score the Cup-winning goal. "We all dream about scoring that Stanley Cup winner to hoist the Cup, so check that one off the bucket list," he said. In four years, Bolland will have his name on the Stanley Cup twice. A tattoo on his wrist marks the 2010 title, and hell get another for 2013 "somewhere." With Julia due to give birth to the couples first child in three months, the Bolland family has plenty to celebrate. They already know its a girl, and her name will be Lincoln. "Maybe Stanley," Carol-Ann joked. "Not for a girl," Julia said, still smiling. Thats not even necessary, as Bollands goal made for an unforgettable Stanley Cup story to tell his daughter one day. Kevin Durant Shoes Wholesale . With his new coach and six-time Grand Slam singles champion Boris Becker watching him during an official match for the first time, Djokovic appeared tentative early against the Slovakian player, who often appeared content to keep the ball in play. Kobe Bryant Shoes Sales . After Gasquet beat fifth-seeded Ivan Dodig of Croatia 7-5, 6-3, Tsonga followed up with a 6-7 (3), 6-2, 6-2 win against sixth-seeded Edouard Roger-Vasselin in an all-French match. . No. 13-seeded John Isner and No. 21 Philipp Kohlschreiber were among six players who dropped out of the tournament on Tuesday, joining No. 12 seed Tommy Haas and two other players who withdrew on Monday. Nike Air Yeezy 2 For Sale Cheap . -- Jimmy Walkers first PGA Tour trophy came with a special gift tucked inside. Best Lebron James Shoes .Y. -- Canadas Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse have another World Cup gold medal after winning the two-women bobsled race on Saturday in Lake Placid, N. WASHINGTON -- Team Sweden forward Rickard Rakell has an unspecified illness and will not compete in the World Cup of Hockey, the team announced Monday.Forward Patrik Berglund will replace Rakell, who was hospitalized twice over the weekend in Gothenburg, Sweden, before the team traveled to D.C. for an exhibition game against Team Europe.Berglund, 28, of the St. Louis Blues had 15 points in 42 regular-season games in 2015-16. He added four goals and five assists for nine points in 20 Stanley Cup playyoff games last spring.dddddddddddd.Patrik had a great Stanley Cup playoff with the St. Louis Blues after returning from injury last season, Team Sweden coach Rikard Gronborg. said. He will be able to help us with both his size and his skill, as he has shown in both the NHL and with Team Sweden in previous championships.Rakell, 23, plays in the NHL for the Anaheim Ducks. ' ' '

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