Blackhawks vs. Bruins: Why Investors Should Care About the First Original Six Cup in 34 Years

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For the first time in 34 years, two of the Original Six NHL teams will be facing off in the Stanley Cup Final. While Fool contributor Doug Ehrman cares as a lifelong fan of the Chicago Blackhawks, there are also at least three companies -- and their investors -- that should be excited as well. Comcast's NBC Sports will be carrying the event and reaping the rewards as fans in two major markets tune in for the action. Disney and Google will also see some benefits.

In the following video, Doug discusses why each of these three companies may be excited to see these two teams facing off.

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