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Ditching work and painting their faces red and black, thousands of Blackhawks fans noisily swept into downtown Chicago on Friday for a parade and rally to fete the Stanley Cup champions and catch a glimpse of the bar-hopping silver trophy.
Showered with confetti and cheered by screaming fans, the Blackhawks wound their way through downtown Chicago on open-topped buses Friday to celebrate the team's stunning Stanley Cup victory.