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Posted to Chicago BlackhawksAccording to multiple reports, Brad Richards will wear #91 for the Chicago Blackhawks. He will be the first player to ever wear that number in the franchise’s 87 seasons. Brad Richards will wear #91 for the Blackhawks this season.— Blackhawks Die Hards (@BHawksDieHards) July 2, 2014 Brad Richards is the greatest #91 in Blackhawks history.— The Chicago Homer (@TheChicagoHomer) July 2, 2014 191 total views, 191 views today The post Brad Richards Getting Something Special From Blackhawks appeared first on Chicago Fan Board.
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