CHICAGO (CBS) — The Stanley Cup drew a big crowd in southwest suburban Crestwood on Wednesday, as hundreds of Blackhawks fans waited in line – many of them for several hours – for a glimpse of the legendary trophy.
WBBM Newsradio’s Mike Krauser reports nearly 1,000 people showed up to see the Stanley Cup up close, as Blackhawks trainer Mike Gapski brought the cup to his hometown.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Rounding Out The Warmest Weekend Of The Winter
“There’s just something special about the Stanley Cup,” Brad Duff-Hudkin said. “You follow the stories of it every summer, on who has it, whose babies get baptized in it. It’s just, there’s something special about this.”