Blackhawks fan cries over the Patrick Sharp trade

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A family of Blackhawks fans, who live in Scottsdale, Arizona, were in Chicago over the weekend, and the parents had a tough conversation with their son.

NBC reported five-year-old Anthony Kaminski was on his way to the Blackhawks store when his parents told him his favorite player, Patrick Sharp, had been traded, and Anthony couldn’t handle the news.

The young Blackhawks fan couldn’t stop crying over the loss of his favorite player.

Anthony’s father Lucas Kaminski said because the family lives in Arizona, Anthony didn’t know that Sharp was traded until he wanted his jersey at the Blackhawks store.

We told him Sharpie got traded and that just triggered it and in the cab ride downtown he cried for about 30 minutes, Lucas Kaminski told NBC Chicago. He was very upset. That was his favorite player on the Blackhawks.

At the end of the day, Anthony bought a new Patrick Kane jersey and found a new favorite Blackhawks player.

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