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Jonathan Toews Honored With A Lake In Manitoba

The Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks have been taking the Cup everywhere, being offered free beer in Wrigleyville, and being celebrated in their hometowns.

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Jonathan Toews will be bringing the Cup to his home in Winnipeg this weekend, where they'll have a parade in his honor; but before that even happens, the province of Manitoba is giving the Hawks captain a unique immortalization:

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The announcement came from Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger on CJOB radio this morning, as Toews prepares to bring the Stanley Cup to Winnipeg on Sunday:

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“We’re going to name a lake after him. Manitoba has 100,000 lakes. I know Jonathan likes to fish with his dad; he’s been up at Aikens Lake, fishing up there. So we’re going to name a lake after him.”

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A lake for winning the Cup. Wonder what the city of Chicago could do to top that for any Cub on a World Series winner.