Stanley Cup Revelers Hit The Streets

Fans take to the streets to celebrate Blackhawks' Stanley Cup win.

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All signs pointed toward a celebration in Wrigleyville on Monday.
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The opening onslaught by the Bruins created a pretty serene scene at Rockit Burger Bar.
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But no worries, if it didn't happen Monday, there was always a Game 7 to look forward to on Wednesday.
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But as the game wore on and we headed down Clark Street, you could see worry started to set in -- especially when Boston scored in the third period to take a 2-1 lead.
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Then came one Blackhawks goal ...
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... and then another ...
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... and then it was time to celebrate a Stanley Cup!
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On Clark Street, Chicago Police enforced their plan of placing barricades to keep revelers off of the street.
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But that didn't last very long, and pretty soon the revelers found another use for the barricades -- and flooded the street. (VIDEO)
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The celebration eventually got out of hand, with some revelers throwing beer bottles at mounted police.
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Revelers also took to the streets on Madison, down the street from the United Center, but no major problems were reported.
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