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Chicago shows support for the Blackhawks with giant helmets

Written by Juan Cena on Wednesday, May 26 2010 and posted in SWRT
The Stanley Cup Finals are fast approaching, and the fever is hitting Chicago pretty hard. Even landmarks like the Art Institute of Chicago are getting into the act, by topping the lion statues that guard the front of the Institute with hockey helmets.




It's supposed to invoke feelings of pride (pardon the pun) and a show of support for the Blackhawks. But for some reason it reminds me of David Wright wearing that extra-protective batting helmet.


That's probably not what the Art Institute intended.

(via Puck Daddy, Battle of California)


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The Stanley Cup Finals are fast approaching, and the fever is hitting Chicago pretty hard. Even landmarks like the Art Institute of Chicago are getting into the act, by topping the lion statues that guard the front of the Institute with hockey helmets.




It's supposed to invoke feelings of pride (pardon the pun) and a show of support for the Blackhawks. But for some reason it reminds me of David Wright wearing that extra-protective batting helmet.


That's probably not what the Art Institute intended.

(via Puck Daddy, Battle of California)



Posted originally: 2010-05-26 15:46:00
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