Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Blackhawks Win Their 6th Stanley Cup

Some numbers on the Hawks 6th Stanley Cup franchise win and their 3rd in the last 6 years.

I went on the record yesterday that Kane would score the first goal.  I was wrong but he was credited with the assist to "The Hawks Run On Duncan" Keith's goal.

It had been 77 years since the Hawks won the Stanley Cup at home in 1938 so the number 77 seemed to be something to pay special attention to.

The Hawks slogan this year was "ONE GOAL" which made Kaner's ONE (the final/last) GOAL all the more

As noted by The Bleacher Report prior to the final game last night:

"One of the more surprising developments in this series is how quiet Chicago superstar Patrick Kane has been, with just one point in five games. Kane has yet to light the lamp in the Stanley Cup Final, so expect that to change in Game 6 when he gets on the board with a goal."

The Hawks scored two goals last night.

Duncan Keith #2 scored the first goal.

Kane #88 scored the second goal.

And it's been 77 years....

88 days from 6/15/15 brings us to 9/11/15 which will be the 14th anniversary of 9/11

14 = 7 + 7

7+7 mirrors 77 years

Two Goals

Two Towers

Kaner's ONE GOAL - the final goal of the year - came at EXACTLY the 5:14 mark in the final period.

5:14 mirrors 5/14 (14) which is always 88 plus ONE day (mirroring Kaner's ONE goal) from August 11th which is a very special date/date.

88 = 8 X 11 which mirrors 8/11 (811).

88 + 1 = 89 prime which us the prime of Leo (356) = 89 prime X 4.

The ruling planet in the sign of Leo is the Sun and it corresponds to the Human Heart.

The Hawks are a team that certainly plays with a lot of heart.

I know this may seem a bit strange to some folks but sports are chocked full of numbers and I've always found these correspondences interesting.

If you'd like to know more about the significance of 8/11 just send me a FB message or post a comment below.

The numbers behind 9/11/01 were pretty mind-numbing.  The prime number 16661 was involved - 666 between two ONEs just for starters.

The numbers behind the 2005 White Sox World Series win were amazing too....

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