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Blackhawks give sneak peak of new $65 million practice center

With Chicago at the center of the hockey universe as host of this weekend’s NHL draft, the Blackhawks on Friday offered a Sneak Peak at their nearly-completed, double-rink practice facility that will double as a West Side recreation center. Hawks owner Rocky Wirtz, super-star Patrick Kane, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman led reporters on a guided tour through a building Emanuel called the “new gold standard” for NHL training. The 125,000 square-foot, $65 million center is expected to open in November on the site of the old Malcolm X College, 1801 W. Jackson. For Kane, the new facility could make the difference between another Stanley Cup and last season’s first-round exit



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