Several days after the Blackhawks defeated the Boston Bruins in 6 games to win the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup for the second time in four seasons, several Blackhawks players accompanied it to Tinley Park, Illinois, where Canadian rock legends RUSH were playing.Daniel Carcillo, a left winger for the Blackhawks, carried the Stanley Cup on stage in front of a shocked, but excited audience. In the clip below, you can seen RUSH drummer Neil Peart playing a couple beats at the bottom of the Cup as Carcillo holds it aloft. RUSH frontman Geddy Lee then gently touches the Cup.
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