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Relive the Blackhawks 2015 Stanley Cup Parade and Rally

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Relive the Blackhawks 2015 Stanley Cup Parade and Rally

The Blackhawks celebrated their sixth Stanley Cup in franchise history on Thursday with a parade on the streets of Chicago followed by a rally at Soldier Field.

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If you missed any of CSN's coverage of Thursday's festivities, relive the moment with a special re-air from start-to-finish tonight at 11 p.m.

Also, check out some of the highlights with these videos below:

Corey Crawford: 'F------ right, Chicago'

Captain Toews at a loss for words following third Stanley Cup

Versteeg, Nordstrom close out Blackhawks rally

Kris Versteeg presents championship belt to Clint Reif's son

Joel Quenneville addresses crowd at 2015 Blackhawks Rally

Rocky Wirtz takes a dig at the Lightning

Pat Foley recaps the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup run

John McDonough: 'Our goal will always be to reward your allegiance to the Chicago Blackhawks'

Kane introduces Toews on stage at Rally with Stanley Cup

Jim Cornelison sings National Anthem at Blackhawks Rally

Edzo speaks with Saad, Hossa and Darling at Blackhawks rally

Vermette: 'It's tough to describe, it's awesome'

Daniel Carcillo talks Stanley Cup celebration on the bus

Patrick Kane: 'I felt really good going into Game 6'

CM Punk describes watching the Blackhawks win another Cup

Trevor van Riemsdyk: Ups and downs 'all worth it in the end'

Sharp: There's nothing like winning the Cup on home ice

Boyle, Kaplan and CM Punk on the Reif family

Wrapping up Blackhawks Stanley Cup Parade and Rally

Capitals' Devante Smith-Pelly speaks out about 'racially charged chanting' at United Center

Capitals' Devante Smith-Pelly speaks out about 'racially charged chanting' at United Center

After being on the receiving end of some racist taunts while he was in the penalty box during Saturday's game against the Blackhawks, Capitals winger Devante Smith-Pelly spoke publicly about the incident.

Smith-Pelly, a 25-year-old Canadian, reacted to the fans while he was in the box, going up to them from the other side of the glass. He addressed questions from the media about the incident on Sunday.

"I just heard some chanting, some, I guess, racially charged chanting," Smith-Pelly said. "You can tell by my reaction that I got pretty upset.

"What was said this time around crossed the line."

The Capitals released a statement about the incident:

"The Washington Capitals are extremely disappointed by the intolerant behavior extended toward Devante Smith-Pelly by a select group of fans during Saturday night's game against the Chicago Blackhawks at United Center. The Capitals organization strives to be inclusive and has zero tolerance concerning any form of racism. Such behavior is unacceptable and has no place in hockey or society. As such, it is crucial to confront such appalling conduct, and the Capitals extend their appreciation to the Blackhawks organization and United Center security for swiftly removing the fans from the game."

The Blackhawks released a statement after the game with a similar tone.

Smith-Pelly said this has happened previously in his career.

"It's sad that in 2018 we're still talking about the same thing over and over," Smith-Pelly said. "It's sad that athletes like myself 30, 40 years ago were standing in the same spot saying the same thing. You'd think there'd be some sort of change or progression, but we're still working towards it I guess and we're going to keep working towards it."

The Capitals released the full interview.

Blackhawks release statement following incident that happened during game vs. Capitals

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Blackhawks release statement following incident that happened during game vs. Capitals

Four fans at the United Center were thrown out of Saturday's Blackhawks game for taunting Washington Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly with racist remarks.

Midway through the third period, Smith-Pelly, who is black, was in the penalty box when fans shouted "basketball, basketball, basketball" at him, the Washington Post reported.

Here is a GIF of Smith-Pelly's interaction with the fans:

After the game, the Blackhawks released this statement:

Capitals head coach Barry Trotz also had this to say about the incident: