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Stanley Cup Swings By For A Visit

Excitement ran high as the Cup came to Brooks Park on Chicago's Northwest side, not too far from Skokie.

St. Juliana School on Touhy is proud of its alum. Photo credit: Melissa Anderson.
St. Juliana School on Touhy is proud of its alum. Photo credit: Melissa Anderson.


Chicago Blackhawks President and CEO John McDonough brought the Stanley Cup to Brooks Park, which is across the street from Niles, for a morning rally Saturday. 

Blackhawks fans showed up in numbers to see the Cup and once again celebrate the team's victory on the ice.

Brooks Park is at 7100 N. Harlem Ave., Chicago, and is right across Harlem Avenue from Niles' Pioneer Park, and just about four minutes west of Skokie.

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