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The Beliebers are not going to be happy to hear about this. A group of Chicago Blackhawks fans have taken it upon themselves to exact revenge on pop star Justin Bieber. The Biebs committed a major faux pas earlier this month when he stepped on the Blackhawks logo in the middle of the team locker room while trying to take a picture of the Stanley Cup. The Blackhawks themselves were not amused as Hawks center Andrew Shaw tweeted at Bieber and said, “Bro, no stepping on the logo.” Hawks fans in attendance at the annual Blackhawks fan convention took their own action against the Biebs by stepping all over a giant cutout of the pop star’s face. Three fans brought the cutout of Bieber’s face, placed in on the floor and indignantly stood on the singer’s face to send a message. Check out photos below from their “@StandOnBieber” Twitter account. Photos via Twitter/@StandOnBieber Photo of the night Adrian Peterson and L’il AP. tweet of the night How do we get the invite to this party? Dod...
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A lot was said at the Blackhawks convention, ranging from the dancing abilities of Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews or Corey Crawford’s new love of a microphone and Andrew Shaw’s facial scars. When folks weren’t busy asking for autographs, they … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Options At Second Line Center Stir Discussion appeared first on Committed Indians.
Remember when Justin Bieber got to touch the Stanley Cup and then stood on the logo of the Chicago Blackhawks in order to take a photo of it?
If you are a hockey fan you sure do and last Saturday a group of Blackhawk fans got together to stand on the face of the pop singer.
— Stand On Bieber (@StandOnBieber) July 27, 2013
The face standing took place...
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Chicago Blackhawks fans now have the option to literally buy a piece of the ice the Hawks dominated on in the United Center last year.
The Chicago Blackhawks are having what some might call a “liquidation” sale.
After the team’s record-breaking, Stanley-Cup winning 2013 season, the last layer of ice was removed from the United Center floor, melted down and put into vials. Those vials will soon be available for die-hard Blackhawks fans to purchase, attach to a string and wear around their necks. Or, whatever...
The city of Detroit was dubbed “Hockeytown” by some marketing executives who are probably chuckling while sipping their Johnny Walker blue label on their yachts in the middle of the Mediterranean as I type this. But one farmer in Hobart, Indiana is doing his part to make sure that his city is considered should Hockey City or Hockeyville ever make it huge.
In case you were out of the loop, the Chicago Blackhawks were your Stanley Cup champs. When you win championships, fans like to purchase commemorative items to load their closets up with. That includes the usual shirts and hats, along with unique items like jerseys and turf. Yeah turf. Unlike the sport of football or baseball, where you can just rip up the surface replace it, hockey...
Sports-themed corn mazes are nothing new nowadays.However, this one carved out at County Line Orchard in Hobart, In. is quite impressive.As you can see, the field was leveled in such a way that commemorates the run made by the Chicago Blackhawks to the Stanley Cup. It features Patrick Kane skating into action, a message reading "BLACKHAWKS 2013 CHAMPS", and the Stanley...
Check out this awesome corn maze in Indiana. Featuring Conn Smythe Trophy winner Patrick Kane and the Stanley Cup, the crop design at County Line Orchard, IN, celebrates the Blackhawks’ 2013 Stanley Cup victory. WGN Chicago reporter Marcus Leshock tweeted the image, which can be seen below:
The 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks have been honored in Indiana in an odd, yet amazing way if these images are legit (which they appear to be). A corn field set on County Line Orchard in Hobart, In. features two fantastic tributes to the Blackhawks and we can’t get over how precise it looks from above.
The second image appears to be a sketch of what it will look like...
County Line Orchard commemorates the Chicago Blackhawks' 2013 Stanley Cup in one of the only ways Midwesterners know how: A corn maze.
Justin Bieber infuriated thousands of Chicago Blackhawks fans earlier this month while taking pictures of the Stanley Cup before a show at the United Center. Bieber stood on the Blackhawks team logo in their locker room, which is a big no-no and a sign of disrespect in the NHL. The general consensus is that the [...]
from John Kreiser of NHL.com,
Here is a look at seven players who will try to replicate their surprising showings from last season:
Bryan Bickell, Chicago Blackhawks: Bickell was every bit as surprising during the Stanley Cup Playoffs as Bobrovsky was during the regular season. After scoring nine goals in 48 regular-season games for the Chicago Blackhawks, he matched...