Check out this Philadelphia Flyers fan. The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup and he lost a bet. He had to sing the Blackhawks song. He lost track of his "da-da-das". At least he paid off on the bet.
Meow!! A bit of language in here, so be warned. Some unruly girl thought she was invincible and decided to yell at some fans. One other girl took her on...sort of. If this is the worst fight that Chicago had after celebrating the Stanley Cup in some 85+ degree heat, then not too bad, Chi-town.
I love the chants of CPD!! They did an awesome job of getting in there quickly and removing the combatants.
It's too bad something like this had to happen after the city celebrated the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup win with class. But this was an accident, and we just hope that the officer is going to be fine.
Philadelphia Flyers annoyance Dan Carcillo thought he had Blackhawks winger Tomas Kopecky lined up and in his sights. He might want to get his radar adjusted. Instead of Kopecky he nailed Jeff Carter -- his own teammate.
Kopecky has been great in replacing Andrew Ladd. He did not play in the San Jose series but had an assist and the game-winning goal in game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
So you took a hop, skip and a jump onto the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup bandwagon. Good for you! We haven't seen you since...1992, right? Wait -- I think I recognize some of you from that 2005 White Sox championship. Anyway, in order to save you some embarrassment while talking about your favorite hockey team, you'll need to know how to say the players' names correctly. So we present the Chicago Blackhawks Players Pronunciation Guide. Here we go...
After the game 6 victory, a Vancouver Canucks fan threw a beer at a Blackhawks fan. Much like the Canucks players, the fan missed the intended target. Have fun in Canada the rest of the playoffs -- for the 2nd year in a row.
Did you read that right? The Canadian hockey team has a rap song? Kind of. Two Maple Leafs blogs -- Bloge Salming and Down Goes Brown -- have produced a hilarious Team Canada "Olympic Welcome" rap. Listen to (fake) Jerome Iginla use the Patrick Kane photos to diss Team USA.
"Can't believe you think you got a chance against the best/when your roster looks weaker than Patrick Kane's chest." So awesome.