Blackhawks parade: Crazy photos from Chicago's 2013 Stanley Cup celebration

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

It's safe to say Chicago loves the Blackhawks. Millions took to the streets Friday to celebrate the team's second Stanley Cup in four years.

People in Chicago really seem to like their Blackhawks. No official crowd estimates have come in just yet, but judging by the scene downtown in Chicago this Friday, it's safe to say at least a few million people turned out for the 2013 Stanley Cup parade honoring the 'Hawks.

A reported two million people came out for the Blackhawks parade in 2010, celebrating their first Cup since 1961. Friday's parade began at United Center, traveled down Washington St., snaked over down Columbus Dr. towards Hutchinson Field in Grant Park, where an on-stage rally was held.

The pictures are mind-blowing.

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