Christopher L. Gasper This Bruins team deserved a better ending ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Bruins suffered a crushing loss in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final after allowing two Blackhawks goals in the final 90 seconds to yield the Cup to Chicago. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Bryan Bickell, right, beat Tuukka Rask to tie the game at 2-2 with 1:16 left in the game after the Blackhawks took a 6-5 advantage in their end of the ice. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Then Chicago's Dave Bolland, left, scored the stunning Cup-clinching goal just 17 seconds later. Barry Chin/Globe Staff That left the Bruins searching for answers for how they blew a 2-1 lead in the final two minutes as they watched Chicago celebrate on the TD Garden ice. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews was the first to hoist the Stanley Cup. Barry Chin/Globe Staff For the Blackhawks, it was their second Stanley Cup in four seasons. Barry Chin/Globe Staff The Bruins appeared headed back to Chicago for a Game 7 after Milan Lucic scored to give them a 2-1 lead at 12:11 of the third period. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Chris Kelly had put the Bruins on the board first with a goal in the first period. Barry Chin/Globe Staff But Toews scored to tie the game at 1-1 in the second period. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Claude Julien's Bruins seemed to lose energy throughout the course of the game, and missed on several key scoring opportunities. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The loss was tough on Patrice Bergeron, who doubled over on the ice after playing through a broken rib, torn cartilage, and a separated shoulder in Game 6. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Bruins and Blackhawks met at center ice for the customary post-series handshake after the game. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Tuukka Rask saluted his Chicago counterpart Corey Crawford, right, during the traditional handshake. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Blackhawks fans who made the trip to Boston were able to celebrate their team's win at the TD Garden. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Bergeron and the Bruins saluted the TD Garden crowd before exiting the ice.