Hawks’ Hometowns: Where else in the world the game will be on

SHARE Hawks’ Hometowns: Where else in the world the game will be on

When the Blackhawks take the ice in tonight’s NHL Stanley Cup Finals game 6, Chicago will be at the center of a TV audience likely stretching from the western edge of North America to the eastern edge of Scandinavia, given the Hawks’ hometown geographic span. From suburban Vancouver, B.C. to South Carolina to northern Finland, the Blackhawks come from some of the most varied locations in the NHL. Use this map to see where the Hawks, and other teams’ players, come from:


Note: Some teams’ rosters reflect active players at the beginning of the 2014-15 season.

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