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‘Boston Legal’ creator backing the Blackhawks

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TV writer and producer David E. Kelley — who was born in Maine, spent many years in Massachusetts, and set his hit shows “The Practice,” “Boston Legal,” “Boston Public,” and “Ally McBeal” in Boston — attended Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final dressed to root for the wrong team. He was accompanied by his wife, actress Michelle Pfeiffer, who was also in the wrong attire, as far as we’re concerned. Kelley did explain his Chicago fandom to NHL.com. “Well, my brother [Mark Kelley] is the head of [Blackhawks] amateur scouting,” he said. “So, it’s in the blood.”

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