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.
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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