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Bringing home the cup

Boston Bruins scout Dean Malkoc brought the Stanley Cup to his sister’s home in Anmore on Monday. Friends and well-wishers each got their chance to take their photo with the iconic chalice as part of a tradition that gives each member of the winning team and management organization a day with the cup.  - JENNIFER GAUTHIER/THE TRI-CITY NEWS
Boston Bruins scout Dean Malkoc brought the Stanley Cup to his sister’s home in Anmore on Monday. Friends and well-wishers each got their chance to take their photo with the iconic chalice as part of a tradition that gives each member of the winning team and management organization a day with the cup.
— image credit: JENNIFER GAUTHIER/THE TRI-CITY NEWS

Jennifer Gauthier

The Tri-City News

Boston Bruins scout Dean Malkoc brought the Stanley Cup to his sister’s home in Anmore on Monday.

Friends and well-wishers each got their chance to take their photo with the iconic chalice as part of a tradition that gives each member of the winning team and management organization a day with the cup.

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