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The CTA is promoting the #19 United Center Express route for getting to the Blackhawks NHL playoff games.

The Hawks return to the United Center for Game 3 of the series on Friday beginning at 7 p.m. Game 4 is on Sunday at 2 p.m. and Game 6 (if needed) will take place on Saturday, May 30 at 7 p.m.

Buses leave every 10 minutes from Michigan and Randolph beginning 90 minutes before the start of each game until the game begins, according to the CTA.

When the game ends, #19 buses will depart the United Center about every 15 minutes for one hour. #19 buses no longer make stops along Michigan Avenue north of Randolph, but continue to make all stops on Madison from Wabash to Clinton. From Clinton, #19 buses run express to the United Center.

After each game, #19 buses will wait for customers on the north side of the United Center eastbound on Madison near Gate 3. On the return trip, #19 buses will operate east on Washington to Wacker, then head south to Monroe and east to Michigan, making all stops from Jefferson to Michigan before turning north on Michigan and making the final stop at Randolph, according to the CTA

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