The Blackhawks will officially begin taking turns with the Stanley Cup on June 29, and it's not going very far on its first day.
Goaltender Scott Darling is set to bring the Stanley Cup to his hometown of Lemont on Monday for public viewing from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the CORE Building at the Lemont Park Distract, the village of Lemont announced.
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Fans will be allowed to take pictures with the Stanley Cup up close on a first-come, first-served basis.
Here's more information:
A line to enter The CORE Building for viewing/photos will begin at The CORE entrance, and extend south through the softball fields. Those not wanting to enter the building for viewing are welcome to await on the park grounds for a view of Scott and the Cup as they parade through the entrance. This entrance viewing is expected to begin between 12:15 and 12:35 p.m. at the Old Quarry entrance, to the park district main entrance and down through the back softball fields.
Darling is the first Chicago-area native to win a Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks.