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Pro hockey's biggest trophy will return to the stadium after three years.
The wife of the late assistant equipment manager said many of the Hawks dedicated the win to Reif.
Veteran championship-rally planner David Kennedy says Hawks fans don't need beer for breakfast.
Archbishop Blase Cupich will send pizza to Florida homeless shelter as part of a Blackhawks bet.
The Hawks carried the Cup around Wrigley Field, then captain Jonathan Toews threw out the first pitch.
Shirts Our Business on Western celebrated the Hawks victory by printing championship T-shirts.
After crowds got rowdy, police quickly called in mounted units to disperse Blackhawks fans.
Fans filled city streets as the Blackhawks celebrated their third Stanley Cup title in six years.
The longtime Western Avenue bar will re-emerge as Barney Callaghan's, named after the family dog.
Mike Gapski of the Blackhawks and Rob Kennedy of the Lightning both graduated from St. Rita.
The Stanley Cup fought the rain and traffic and made it to the United Center.
The museum is tweeting Hawks-inspired tweaks to classic paintings before the big game tonight.
Cornelison said he expects the United Center crowd tonight to be "crazy, over-the-top loud."
You'll spend $1,000 just to get in to the United Center Monday — standing room only.
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