Blackhawks defenseman Viktor Svedberg has to duck under doorways

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Blackhawks defenseman Viktor Svedberg, who hasn’t played a single minute in the 2015 playoffs, created buzz before Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals.

The 6-foot-9 defenseman had to duck his head while walking through the doors in the United Center.

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Svedberg can fight for a 6-foot-9 fellow, as well.

In the rookie game, back in September, Svedberg took on Pittsburgh Penguins forward Clark Seymour, who is 6-foot-5.

Then Svedberg fought Colin Fraser during an AHL game.

And Svedberg even dropped the gloves with his own teammate, forward Phillip Danault, during a team scrimmage.

If Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville chooses to play Svedberg, a big, tough and physical presence will join the Blackhawks’ defense.

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