The Chicago Blackhawks won their second Stanley Cup in four years on Monday night when they beat the Boston Bruins, and it seemed everyone was ready to congratulate them on their accomplishment. One of those guys is someone who is also coming off a second championship, as Miami Heat star LeBron James tweeted a shout out to Conn Smythe winner Patrick Kane.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) June 25, 2013
James related to Kane on winning his second title as he seems to be taking every chance he can get to let the world know that he’s won not one, but two NBA championship rings in the last four years.
The Blackhawks were viewed at times as the Miami Heat of hockey, as they blasted out to a record breaking start to their season and ended up looking unstoppable in the postseason. They had one rough series against the Detroit Red Wings but the Heat also struggled and were taken to the brink by the Indiana Pacers before taking care of the Spurs in seven games.
Chicago needed just six game to win the Stanley Cup but they’re the champions of the hockey world and everyone from the drunk fan still at the bar celebrating to the best player in the NBA are lining up so share the moment with them.