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Blackhawks Night with the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field

Tuesday, 08.21.2012 / 3:30 PM
By Mackenzie McCluer - Chicago Blackhawks / Through The Glass photo blog
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Blackhawks Night with the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field
Jamal Mayers and Dave Bolland pose with fans before the start of Blackhawks Night at U.S. Cellular Field. Beginning at 5:30, fans got the chance to meet current and former players and to take part in hockey-related activities. "It's amazing to think about the Hawks fans who are willing to come out in the summer and [show their] support," Mayers said. "It's almost like the convention." (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)


Jim Cornelison sings the national anthem. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)


Stan Mikita holds a hand over his heart during Cornelison's rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner. He and Denis Savard were the two Blackhawks ambassadors who attended the event. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)


Blackhawks president John McDonough and executive vice president Jay Blunk chat with Yankees manager Joe Girardi before the start of the game. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)


Head coach Joel Quenneville throws out the ceremonial first pitch. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)


Mayers, Bolland, Savard, Quenneville, TV announcer Pat Foley, Stan Mikita, and radio announcers Troy Murray and John Weideman pose alongside White Sox pitcher Chris Sale after the pitch. (Photo by Ron Vesely/Chicago White Sox)


Quenneville talks with White Sox radio announcers Ed Farmer and Darrin Jackson from the press box at U.S. Cellular Field. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)


Tommy Hawk and Southpaw, the White Sox mascot, escort a young fan past the White Sox dugout. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)


Quenneville high-fives a fan on his way off of the field. (Photo by Chase Agnello-Dean/Chicago Blackhawks)