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Chicago: United Center - Chicago Blackhawks Statue
The Chicago Blackhawks held a special press conference Thursday, October 12, 2000 prior to the home opener to unveil a sculpture that was done to commemorate their 75th Anniversary season as a member club in the National Hockey League. The sculpture, crafted by Erik Blome, depicts different eras in Blackhawk history. Appropriately, the sculpture is located on Madison Street across from the United Center (Gates 2 & 3) where the Chicago Stadium once stood. The sculpture shows six life-size players wearing different Blackhawk jerseys from six different eras in team history. The figures each stand on a base that will make them seem as if they are blasting through a granite wall. On the granite wall behind the figures will be the names of every player who has donned the Indian Head sweater since 1926 (over 600 names). The following words are engraved on a plaque located near the statue: "This symbolic sculpture commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Chicago Blackhawks Hockey Team. The Bronze players depict the men who donned the Indian Head sweater and the tradition of Blackhawk hockey. Each player represents the pride, the passion, and the emotion of the different eras throughout the storied past of this original six team. The names engraved on the monument are of the players who have competed wearing the Indian Head crest as their Badge of Honor."Team travels
Cape Tribulation was named by British navigator Lieutenant James Cook on 10 June 1770 (log date) after his ship hit a reef as it passed over it, north east of the cape, at 6pm. This made Cook pull away from the coast, looking for deeper water. At 10.30pm, the Endeavour hit a reef almost sinking Cook's ship, on what is now named Endeavour Reef. Cook recorded "...the north point [was named] Cape Tribulation because here began all our troubles". In the 1930's some European settlers started arriving in Cape Tribulation, but they found the rainforest environment a difficult place to get established. Various ventures such as fruit and vegetable farming, fishing, cattle, and timber cutting were started and abandoned over the years, and having weekly barges as only transport in and out was another handicap. In the 1960's a rough track was bulldozed and the first vehicle access created, although the road remained a four wheel drive track until the early 1990's. In 2002, the road was finally sealed all the way to Cape Tribulation and in early 2011 the last bridge was built creating year round all weather access to Cape Tribulation for the first time.
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