Scott Darling bringing Stanley Cup home to Lemont on Monday

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Scott Darling put Lemont on the map early in the Blackhawks Stanley Cup Playoffs run. Now he’s doing it again.

The Hawks backup goaltender is bringing the cup to suburban Lemont for a fan meet-and-greet Monday afternoon.

Darling will be at the Lemont Park District at 16028 West 127th St. for public viewing from 2:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m.

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