Air Force Master Sgt. John Lang had his daughter, Madison convinced that he wouldn’t be able to make it home in time to join her for her first Chicago Blackhawks game. Crushed by the news, Madison didn’t want to go without him but MSgt Lang told his wife to make sure she was there. Luckily, Madison showed up because dad had a few tricks up his sleeve. Appearing on the jumbotron with a special message just before walking out to embrace them instantly brought her to tears.
Airman surprises daughter at her first Blackhawks hockey game
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