Chicago Blackhawks Brent Sopel and the Stanley Cup at the Chicago Pride Parade





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Uploaded on Jun 27, 2010

Host: Fausto Fernós - Camera: Edward Seton - Editing: Matt Johnson - Visit us at http://www.outworld.tv/c/3/Feast_of_Fun/ and http://www.feastoffun.com - This year's Pride Parade took a sporty twist, as Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Sopel picked his one day with the Stanley Cup to march in the parade in honor Brendan Burke, the son of his friend hockey coach Brian Burke, who was killed in a terrible car accident two months after coming out late last year.

In a first for any gay celebration, a major symbol of a popular sport was brought front and center, thanks Brent Sopel and the efforts of the Chicago Gay Hockey Association. Did we mention the Chicago Cubs also made their Gay parade debut this year too?

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