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Blackhawks' Stanley Cup win captured by flipbook artist

A Chicago flipbook artist came up with a unique and creative way to pay tribute to the Blackhawks' third Stanley Cup in six seasons.

Chicago fan illustrates goals by Kane, Keith in series-clinching Game 6

Hand-animated flipbook created by 'theflippist', highlighting the Chicago Blackhawks 2014-15 Stanely Cup victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. (Twitter)

A Chicago flipbook artist came up with a unique and creative way to pay tribute to the Blackhawks' third Stanley Cup in six seasons.

The artist, known as "theflippist" on YouTube, created a flipbook that includes depictions of goals scored by Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final.


For comparison, here's what Kane's goal looked like in real life:


This is not the first time "theflippist" has created a hockey-related flipbook. Vladimir Tarasenko's brilliant one-handed goal was captured by the artist as well.


If the Blackhawks continue their recent run of dominance, "theflippist" should have many more opportunities to wow us. 

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