Here's the video of Chicago scoring two goals in 17 seconds late in the third period to beat Boston 3-2 in Game 6 and win the Stanley Cup:
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A reporter at the French Open wanted to know whether the prospect of playing Serena Williams for the first time worried 26th-seeded Kristina Mladenovic.
Pat Dean was making his second big league start, pitching for a Twins team that had four road victories and was facing Seattle ace Felix Hernandez before a revved-up Mariners crowd of more than 40,000.
Four years ago, Pippa Mann was answering questions in Gasoline Alley about the record-tying four female drivers in the Indianapolis 500, and how it represented another step toward women one day winning at the Brickyard.
Pat Dean limited the Mariners to four hits over seven innings at Safeco Field, gave up only two runs to one of baseball's hottest lineups in the Twins' 7-2 victory.
Pat Dean had a night he'll never forget, outpitching Felix Hernandez, whose domination of the Twins has become routinely brilliant over the past few years