The city of Chicago gears up for the Stanley Cup Final

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The city of Chicago has supported the Blackhawks the entire playoffs by turning building lights red or writing “Let’s Go Hawks” on buildings. Chicago has turned into a hockey city.

Chicago based landscape/cityscape photographer Barry Butler captured many of these moments throughout the NHL playoffs.

The Magnificent Mile was shining with red including the Tribune Tower.

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The Buckingham Fountain’s water glowed with red, and the building in the background formed its windows to spell out “Let’s Go Hawks.”

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The antennas on top of the Willis Tower light up with red until two in the morning.

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The John Hancock Tower shines with white and red lights.

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Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning starts Wednesday at the Amalie Arena.

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