June 25, 2013 1:34 PM
" A parade and victory rally will be held Friday morning to congratulate the Stanley Cup-winning Chicago Blackhawks, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office announced Tuesday morning in a statement.
Additional details, including the location, exact time and route, have yet to be announced.
The last celebration, in 2010, was one of the biggest public events the city had ever seen. City officials estimated the crowd at roughly two million people.
2010: Parade of Champions
Celebrations erupted Monday night after the team's win, with fans spilling out onto streets in Wrigleyville and near the United Center "
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