Patrick Kane accounted for the game-winning goal in Games 1 and 6. Jonathan Toews scored the game-winner in Game 5. The two players have combined to score seven game-winning goals in the Blackhawks' eight playoff wins this season.
Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford made 114 saves on 119 saves for a .958 save percentage in the four wins over the Wild. He stopped 150-of-162 shots for a .926 save percentage in the series. He has a .931 save percentage (351-of-377) in the playoffs.
The Wild outshot the Blackhawks 73-51 on net during second periods in the series. The teams were within three shots on goal (Wild 90-87) in the other two periods. The Wild had 163 total shots on net to the Blackhawks' 138 in the series.
The Blackhawks and Wild were within two shots of each other when games were tied or within a goal in the series, according to extraskater.com. The Wild had 194 shot attempts in those situations, and the Blackhawks had 192 shots.
Wild goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov made 123 saves on 136 shots for a .904 save percentage in the series.
Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa had a series-high nine points. He had one goal, eight assists and a plus-7 rating in the series.
Hossa had seven takeaways in the series. He leads the NHL with 16 takeaways in the playoffs.
The Blackhawks were 3-of-13 on the power play in the series, and the Wild were 2-of-17.
Wild forward Erik Haula had a team-high five points in the series. He had three goals and two assists.
Toews won 78 faceoffs and lost 67 in the series. Koivu won 79 faceoffs and lost 68 in the series.