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Can't make Blackhawks' parade? Watch on TV.

NBC 5 Chicago is planning live coverage of the Chicago Blackhawks Parade and Rally beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, June 28, the affiliate announced Thursday.

The parade is set to kick off at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Washington Strret and Des Plaines Avenue, heading east on Washington to Michigan Avenue where it will wind north to Randolph, jog east to Columbus Drive and from there go south to Hutchinson Field on the south end of Grant Park where the rally will take place.

Find more from NBC 5 about its coverage below. Other Chicago affiliates are likely to announce similar plans.

From NBC 5
Coverage will air on NBC 5, COZI-TV (Digital 5.2) and streamed live on nbcchicago.com and mobile applications. NBC 5's Allison Rosati, Rob Stafford and Mike Adamle will anchor from the NBC 5 studio. The NBC 5 news and sports teams will be at multiple locations from the United Center, along the parade route and in Grant Park for the rally. NBC 5's Sky Five helicopter will provide aerial views of the millions gathering for the celebration.

Viewers, no matter where they are, will be able to get a front row seat with NBC 5's multi-platform coverage to celebrate the Chicago Blackhawks—the 2013 Stanley Cup Champions.

For mobile viewing the NBC 5 News app will have a live-stream option. COZI-TV (Digital 5.2) can also viewed on cable channels Comcast 341, WOW 130 and RCN 50.


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