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Someone made an amazing Chicago Blackhawks corn maze

Blackhawks Fans Go Crazy In Chicago


The Chicago Blackhawks are Stanley Cup champions, and someone celebrated by making an amazing corn maze for the world to enjoy.



When the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup this year, it was the birth of the next great hockey dynasty. Armed with young stars like Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, the Blackhawks are going to be good for a very long time — at least in theory. If they end up flaming out though, which is unlikely, at least fans are living in the moment.

Someone decided that the best way to celebrate the Blackhawks winning their third Stanley Cup in six years was to create a badass corn maze. Now fans can literally get lose in the greatness of the Blackhawks — or is that too corny?

Corn mazes are such a midwest thing, but they can be globally appreciated. It's hard to cut down stalks of corn, and it's especially hard to carve out a design for something that you can't keep checking to see if you're doing wrong.

The Blackhawks are going to keep winning, and if this is a sign of how fans are going to celebrate then we're going to see plenty more creative displays of affection for this generation's great hockey dynasty.




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