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Wrigleyville »

After crowds got rowdy, police quickly called in mounted units to disperse Blackhawks fans.

Near West Side »

Fans filled city streets as the Blackhawks celebrated their third Stanley Cup title in six years.

Beverly »

The longtime Western Avenue bar will re-emerge as Barney Callaghan's, named after the family dog.

Ashburn »

Mike Gapski of the Blackhawks and Rob Kennedy of the Lightning both graduated from St. Rita.

Near West Side »

The Stanley Cup fought the rain and traffic and made it to the United Center.

Downtown »

The museum is tweeting Hawks-inspired tweaks to classic paintings before the big game tonight. 

Near West Side »

Cornelison said he expects the United Center crowd tonight to be "crazy, over-the-top loud."

Near West Side »

You'll spend $1,000 just to get in to the United Center Monday — standing room only.

Near West Side »

The Blackhawks even had a different name — the Black Hawks — when they last won the Cup in Chicago.

The Loop »

The burglary was reported at about 4 a.m. Thursday at 125 S. State St.

Auburn Gresham »

If Hawks win, Catholic bishop in Florida will send grapefruit to St. Leo.

Garfield Park »

Coins have been arranged to say "Let's go Hawks" at the bottom of one of the conservatory's fountains.

Near West Side »

How closely have you been following the Stanley Cup Playoffs really?

Near West Side »

The creator of "Coach Q's mustache" talks playoff beards and Joel Quenneville's iconic lip sweater.

Near West Side »

The sign shows meteorologist Tom Skilling forecasting a Blackhawks-shaped storm over Tampa.