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What was Darling's beard thinking in Hawks' 4-2 win?

Blackhawks fans consider coach Joel Quenneville's mustache a sentient being. That's just a fact/cute delusion/wishful thinking. And while not everyone may have noticed, new favorite goalie Scott Darling has sported a killer beard all season.

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