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Blackhawks' championship window is closing, but it's not shut yet

One thing Blackhawks President John McDonough has made clear since taking over the franchise 11 years ago is that he isn't interested in modest success on the ice, the goal is to win Stanley Cups.

The Hawks have won three Cups during his tenure, so this never has been idle chatter, and with several core pieces still around there's no

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