Bryan Bickell trying to help pit bulls in Chicago

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Bryan and Amanda Bickell started a foundation to help raise awareness for pit bulls after the the city of Chicago tried to ban the dog breed in 2012.

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After winning the Stanley Cup, Bickell posted a group of pit bulls looking for a new home and they all have Blackhawks names; Crawford, Duncan, Bickell, Lorde Sage, Stanley Pup and Josh Zamboni

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Bickell’s wife Amanda does a lot for the foundation and posts pictures of the pit bulls available for adoption to her Instagram.

I can’t even handle the cuteness. Momma and all her precious puppies are up for adoption. #adoptdontshop #bickellfoundation A photo posted by Amanda Bickell (@abickell) on Jun 10, 2015 at 8:11pm PDT The Bickell family works hard to find a home for every rescued pit bull in Chicago, and you can go on their Facebook page to help and adopt a dog.

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