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Blackhawks' McDonough: 'Ultimate goal' was to win Stanley Cup at home

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Blackhawks' McDonough: 'Ultimate goal' was to win Stanley Cup at home

Winning multiple Stanley Cups within a short period of time is nice and all, but there was something missing for Blackhawks president and CEO John McDonough.

2010 saw the team break their Cup-less drought against the Flyers in Philadelphia. Then in 2013, they mounted in an incredible comeback in Boston to take down the Bruins and clinch another Stanley Cup.

So what was missing for McDonough and the Blackhawks? 

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"We said before when we were fortunate enough to win it in Boston that the ultimate goal, the ultimate one goal, would be to win in here on home ice in Chicago," McDonough said. "And to do it in such dramatic fashion here tonight...

"People will remember this forever. This was historic."

See what else McDonough had to say on the ice after Game 6 in the video above. 

Podcast: Which Blackhawks could be on the move before trade deadline?

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Podcast: Which Blackhawks could be on the move before trade deadline?

On the latest Blackhawks Talk Podcast, Adam Burish and Pat Boyle discuss which Blackhawks could be on the trading block and what players are building blocks for the Hawks future.

Burish also shares a couple memorable trade deadline days and his “near” return to the Blackhawks in 2012. Plus, he makes his bold trade deadline prediction for the Hawks.

Listen to the full Blackhawks Talk Podcast right here:

Blackhawks ban four ejected fans from future home games

Blackhawks ban four ejected fans from future home games

The Blackhawks have banned the four fans — who were ejected from Saturday's game against the Washington Capitals for their racist remarks towards Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly — from future home games.

On Monday, a Blackhawks spokesperson released this statement:

We have contacted the select individuals involved in the incident on Saturday to notify them that they are no longer welcome at our home games. Racist comments and other inappropriate behavior are not tolerated by the Chicago Blackhawks.

The Blackhawks also wanted to remind fans that they can alert security at the United Center by texting the following to 69050: UCASSIST <SPACE> followed by the seating section, row and a brief description of the issue.