Cam Neely never got to visit the White House as Stanley Cup champion as a player. But Monday's visit as the team's president will do just fine.
Neely considers the team's visit to be extremely special, saying that it's an amazing opportunity to be able to take part in, regardless of one's political views. He said the best part of the event was that it signifies that the Bruins have succeeded at becoming champions, as that's the only time you see sports teams visit the White House.
Neely also noted that Monday's visit marks an official end to the Bruins' Stanley Cup festivities. They'll forever be champions, but after an eventful celebratory offseason and many special perks, it's now all about focusing on succeeding again this season. Then again, the B's have played like that's been the case all along.
To hear more from Neely, check out the video above.