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The Stanley Cup made a stop on its post-victory travels at the Daily Herald office in Arlington Heights on Friday. Blackhawks President John F. McDonough, left, chats with Daily Herald Blackhawks sportswriter Tim Sassone, right.

Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

Daily Herald staff members and Blackhawks fans crowded the office in Arlington Heights Friday to meet the Stanley Cup, which made a special visit.

Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

The Stanley Cup made a stop on its post-victory travels at the Daily Herald office in Arlington Heights on Friday. From left, Daily Herald Sports Editor Tom Quinlan, Blackhawks President John F. McDonough, and Daily Herald sportswriter Barry Rozner look at the Herald's commemorative book "Unstoppable" which was presented to McDonough.

Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

Ken Bingham of Northbrook takes a picture of the Stanley Cup over the crowd at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.

Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

Candace Lewnard, of Mount Prospect, holds daughter Sofia, 1, in the Stanley Cup as brother Michale, 7, poses for a photo at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.

Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

A line of people waits to get a photo opportunity with the Stanley Cup at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights

Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

John McDonough carries the Stanley Cup into the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.

Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

Candace Lewnard, of Mount Prospect, holds 4-month-old daughter Sofia in the Stanley Cup at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.

Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

From left, Ryan Kowalski, 7, and Joshua Kowalski, 4, of Round Lake, take a picture with the Stanley Cup at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.

Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

John McDonough, right, shakes hands with Paddock Publications Vice Chairman & Executive Vice President Bob Paddock at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.

Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

Gallery updated: 7/8/2013 9:15 AM

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Images of Chicago Blackhawks President John F. McDonough and The Stanley Cup visiting The Daily Herald office in Arlington Heights Friday for a short visit. Staffers and their families got a chance to take a break from covering the news and see The Cup up close.
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    • The Stanley Cup made a stop on its post-victory travels at the Daily Herald office in Arlington Heights on Friday. Blackhawks President John F. McDonough, left, chats with Daily Herald Blackhawks sportswriter Tim Sassone, right.
    • Daily Herald staff members and Blackhawks fans crowded the office in Arlington Heights Friday to meet the Stanley Cup, which made a special visit.
    • The Stanley Cup made a stop on its post-victory travels at the Daily Herald office in Arlington Heights on Friday. From left, Daily Herald Sports Editor Tom Quinlan, Blackhawks President John F. McDonough, and Daily Herald sportswriter Barry Rozner look at the Herald’s commemorative book “Unstoppable” which was presented to McDonough.
    • Ken Bingham of Northbrook takes a picture of the Stanley Cup over the crowd at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.
    • Candace Lewnard, of Mount Prospect, holds daughter Sofia, 1, in the Stanley Cup as brother Michale, 7, poses for a photo at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.
    • A line of people waits to get a photo opportunity with the Stanley Cup at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights
    • John McDonough carries the Stanley Cup into the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.
    • Candace Lewnard, of Mount Prospect, holds 4-month-old daughter Sofia in the Stanley Cup at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.
    • From left, Ryan Kowalski, 7, and Joshua Kowalski, 4, of Round Lake, take a picture with the Stanley Cup at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.
    • John McDonough, right, shakes hands with Paddock Publications Vice Chairman & Executive Vice President Bob Paddock at the Daily Herald office Friday in Arlington Heights.
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