Stanley Cup Champion Bruins Honored Before Red Sox Game at Fenway Park on Sunday (Photos)

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Stanley Cup Champion Bruins Honored Before Red Sox Game at Fenway Park on Sunday (Photos) A day after parading through the streets of Boston in the largest championship celebration the city has ever seen, the Stanley Cup champion Bruins boarded the duck boats again for a lap around the field at Fenway Park, where they were honored before Sunday's game.

Red Sox public address announcer Carl Beane introduced the B's as they rode the duck boats around Fenway's warning track and walked across the outfield to the pitcher's mound with the Stanley Cup, Prince of Wales Trophy and Conn Smythe Trophy in tow.

Every member of the Bruins — who sported Red Sox hats for the occasion — then threw out their own ceremonial first pitch to a Red Sox player — who had traded their game caps for Bruins hats.

Bruins captain Zdeno Chara led the way, throwing his first pitch from the mound to Red Sox captain — and fellow No. 33 — Jason Varitek.

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