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It took more than 91 minutes to complete, but the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the defending-champion Los Angeles Kings to advance to the Stanley Cup Final. For the fans that had been begging for more from Patrick Kane, the Hawks superstar … Continue reading →The post Patrick Kane, Blackhawks Advance to Stanley Cup Final appeared first on Committed Indians.
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