Blackhawks Talk

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Stephen Walkom, the referee who made the controversial call in Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinal matchup between the Blackhawks and Red Wings, just received a promotion.
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The Blackhawks dove head-first into a flurry of action after their 2013 Stanley Cup victory, and they haven't stopped since. Are they pushing too hard to recharge for next season?
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Chris Chelios' son, Jake, talks about his father's Hall of Fame honor and his participation in the Blackhawks prospect camp. Other Blackhawks prospects discuss learning their way on the ice this week.
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Chuck Garfien mingles with Stanley Cup crazed Hawks fans before the celebratory parade and rally this morning. Feather headresses, a Stanley Cup kiss, and full facepaint. What more could you want?
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Toews reportedly seen body surfing at Board Room Tuesday night.
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Blackhawks defenseman Nick Leddy experienced a significant reduction in playing time during the Hawks' 6-5 overtime win in Game 4. Still, Leddy remains focused on getting the job done.
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After missing today's practice, Marian Hossa will continue to play an important role in the Blackhawks' success against the Bruins in Game 5, according to coach Joel Quenneville.
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The famed Chicago Symphony Orchestra does its own take on the Blackhawks' celebratory song 'Chelsea Dagger'.
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In his late night show, Jimmy Fallon doles out "Most Likely" yearbook awards to members of the Blackhawks and the Bruins.
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In another tasteless mockery of the "Boston Strong" motto that emerged after tragedy hit Boston, a Chicago t-shirt company is forced to pull their product.

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