Watching the Blackhawks warm up might make you dizzy

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TAMPA, FL - JUNE 02: Joel Quenneville of the Chicago Blackhawks talks with his team during a practice for the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena on June 2, 2015 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Those susceptible to motion sickness should avoid Blackhawks training camp.

The defending champs skated circles around coachJoel Quenneville during practice today, or perhaps they were playing “Ring around the rosie,” as this Tweet suggests:

If so, I’d like to see the Tweet where they all fall down.

Chicago is preparing for its fifth preseason game, which will be Thursday in St. Louis. The Blackhawks will host the Stars in a final preseason tuneup Oct. 3 before opening the regular season Oct. 7 against the Rangers.

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