PHT Morning Skate: Celebrating with the Stanley Cup

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PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond.

The Chicago Blackhawks brought the Stanley Cup to Wrigley Field where the Blackhawks and Cubs came together to take a picture with Lord Stanley’s Mug. (CSN Chicago)

You can see video of that below:

You can also watch the team sing “We Are The Champions” in their locker room: (H/T: TSN)

Meanwhile, head coach Joel Quenneville’s house was TP’d, as is tradition. (Puck Daddy)

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is happy for the Blackhawks and hopes “we can catch up at some point.” (Chicago Tribune)

The parade and then rally is scheduled for Thursday, which Mayor Emanuel says will be a “celebration worthy of a hockey dynasty.” (Blackhawks.nhl.com)

Finally, while the Tampa Bay Lightning weren’t able to win the Cup, around 300 fans waited for their return home to show their support of the franchise. (TBO Seen)