WGN finds Blackhawks fan whose early morning interview went viral

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We found him! Bill Dodds is the Blackhawks fan who talked to Marcus about the Stanley Cup win early Tuesday morning.

The video went viral and became one of the most clicked on posts at WGNtv.com. We talked to Dodds this morning.

Watch the interview in the video player above.

ORIGINAL VIDEO: This man's reaction to Blackhawks win is the best we've heard


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  • kersey

    The local news networks should be talking about as the Hawks were playing severe weather was happening in the Chicagoland area and after the game to and none of the stations did not report the severity and dangerous conditions that were out there they all went to the celebration,but before the game they were saying how bad the weather was and more coming even the National Weather Service cut in the game several times to issue a warning but I guess the Blackhawks were more important than the safety of people I think a big blunder by the local news media because of trying to beat the other guy in coverage and ratings while the safety of others were at stake. And to say a big Blackhawk fan for years but maybe the only one with some common-sense.

      • Patrick

        Exactly. Pretty sure everyone gets alerts the whole time as bad weather happens, it’s just some heavy rain and storms. Blackhawks celebration is more important.

  • carolyn evenson

    Maybe you could dig into the black Canadian league. I believe they were around 22 years before u.s. hockey. And they originated the slap shot and the goalie going to his knees to block the puck. That they were started by a religious group. The article is on the internet.