Hail to the Hawks! Chicago Blackhawks Recognized by President Obama for Stanley Cup Championship

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On Monday, November 4th, the Chicago Blackhawks visited the White House, with the Stanley Cup, and were recognized by President Barack Obama.

In a short speech, President Obama praised the Hawks, congratulated the Hawks, poked fun at Corey Crawford’s history with giving speeches, highlighted the Cubs’ elongated futility, and was honored with a white #13(commemorating the year, for those you who may not know) Indian Head sweater.

All in all, it was a classy honorable recognition, as well as a moment of pride for Hawks fans to be able to see their favorite team receive the highest possible form of National recognition.

Let’s do it again, next year!

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