Hawks fans celebrate again

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CHICAGO (AP) - While general manager Stan Bowman and coach Joel Quenneville are already looking ahead to next season, Chicago Blackhawks fans got another chance to celebrate the team's Stanley Cup title.

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During the second day of the annual Blackhawks Fans Convention on Saturday, one of the most popular sessions was a recap of last season's record-breaking start that had close to 1,000 fans and featured Quenneville, forward Bryan Bickell and Conn Smythe winner Patrick Kane.

The Blackhawks set an NHL record for best start to a season without a loss in regulation, going 21-0-3 before their first loss in the 25th game of the 48-game lockout-shortened regular season.

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