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Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook and his wife welcomed a baby boy into their family last Friday, and the Seabrooks’ new son has a pretty interesting name: Carter Seven Seabrook.
Yup, that’s right…Seven, as in the number that Brent wears for the ‘Hawks.
Still not sure how I feel about that, but George Costanza must be pissed…Brent stole his idea.
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Brent Seabrook has had plenty of success on the ice wearing No. 7 for the Blackhawks, and the defenseman showed just how fond he is of that number on his sweater when he named his first child on Friday.
The 28-year-old and his wife Dayna became proud parents on Aug. 16 to Carter Seven Seabrook. Convincing his wife to name his son after his jersey number when he has two Stanley Cup...
Brent Seabrook’s newborn son has the middle name Seven. [h/t the great Daily Buzz]
Introducing... Baby Seabs! Congrats to Brent and Dayna Seabrook on the birth of Carter SEVEN Seabrook on Aug. 16! pic.twitter.com/i4D8iiolNr— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) August 19, 2013
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