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Detroit-Chicago: The post-series handshakes May 28, 2009

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Detroit-Chicago: The post-series handshakes
Detroit and Chicago players engage in the time-honored hockey tradition of handshakes following the Red Wings' 2-1 overtime win in Game 5.

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