Fans find creative ways to wear Blackhawks apparel in Tampa Bay

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The Tampa Bay Lightning management put a ban on Blackhawks apparel inside the Amalie Arena and won’t sell tickets to Chicago fans, as well.

Once the Blackhawks fans heard they couldn’t wear their Blackhawks sweaters to the games in Tampa Bay, they decided to buy customized Lightning sweaters.


This Lightning sweater has the “Go Hawks” as the name, and this Blackhawks fan will creep inside Amalie Arena undetected but still represent Chicago.

There won’t be much red inside the Tampa Bay arena for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday.

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