Have you ever felt the sweetness of revenge? Have you ever realized how satisfying it feels? On Thursday night at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts the revenge I witnessed was more satisfying than any other. I went to the 2013 Stanley Cup Final rematch between the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks. I have season tickets to the Bruins and I look forward to enjoying all the games, but I had this one marked on the calender. Last year the Blackhawks beat the Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final. Game six was within the grasp of the Bruins but they let it slip away when Brian Bickel and Dave Boland each scored a goal in 17 seconds to win the game for Chicago. As I watched this from approximately row five, it crushed me to watch the Blackhawks hoist the cup right in front of my face while the devastated Bruins skated disappointingly to their locker room empty handed. For this game I wanted the Blackhawks to feel the pain that we felt when we lost to them in the Stanley Cup Final. My wish came true on March 27, 2014. The Bruins blanked the Blackhawks 3-0. The game was an excellent team win for the Bruins who got contributions from all four lines. Goaltender Tukah Rask did everything he needed to do by preforming a shutout. Patrice Burgeron scored two goals. When I watched the Bruins score first and heard that goal horn go off, I was surprised but extremely content. One of Patrice Burgeron's goals was a tip in and the other goal was a tap in. Carl Soderburg also shelfed one short side when he went hard to the net. To play a game as complete as the Bruins did that night was excellent. Especially because they got revenge on their rivals.