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  • Chicago Blackhawks President and CEO John McDonough, left, presents President Barack Obama with a Chicago Blackhawks hockey jersey during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House Monday to honor the NHL 2013 Stanley Cup champions. Team captain Jonathan Toews is at center, and Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp, right, hold the Stanley Cup.

      Chicago Blackhawks President and CEO John McDonough, left, presents President Barack Obama with a Chicago Blackhawks hockey jersey during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House Monday to honor the NHL 2013 Stanley Cup champions. Team captain Jonathan Toews is at center, and Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp, right, hold the Stanley Cup.
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WASHINGTON -- A beaming President Barack Obama saluted his hometown Chicago Blackhawks at the White House on Monday.

Obama welcomed the National Hockey League champions to the presidential mansion in honor of their 2013 Stanley Cup championship.

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The Blackhawks have been the only Chicago team to win championships during Obama's presidency. They also won in 2011.

Obama praised the team not only for their skills on the ice but for their contributions to the community. Blackhawk players and staff visited troops and their families at Walter Reed Army Medical Center earlier in the day.

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