Art Institute of Chicago supports Blackhawks by decorating lions

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As the Blackhawks get ready to take the ice on Wednesday in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the city of Chicago is gearing up, as well.


The Art Institute of Chicago made over-sized Blackhawks helmets to put on the lions.

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The lions outside the art institute even have a clear face mask to protect them from any puck flying their way.

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