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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 Cup, of course.Good luck finding your way out if you decide to go in, though.Via Eye on Hockey
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