Stanley Cup Set to Travel Around the World, As Bruins Prepare to Show Off Hockey’s Holy Grail in Their Hometowns


Stanley Cup Set to Travel Around the World, As Bruins Prepare to Show Off Hockey's Holy Grail in Their Hometowns The Stanley Cup is perhaps the most coveted and legendary object in North American sports. It is more than 100 years old, stands more than 35 inches tall and weighs 34.5 pounds.

Its true owners are the hockey gods, but for one day, each and every member of the Boston Bruins will get a chance to call it his own.

The Canadian Press announced the schedule for the Cup, which will travel all over North America and Europe this summer. Owner Jeremy Jacobs already took the Cup to Yosemite National Park, and assitant coach Doug Houda brought the Cup to Whitefish, Mont. But check out the rest of the itinerary below, which includes where each player will have the Cup.

Nathan Horton, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Tomas Kaberle, Kladno, Czech Republic

David Krejci, Sternbeck, Czech Republic

Zdeno Chara, Trencin, Slovakia

Tuukka Rask, Savonlinna, Finland

Shawn Thornton, Oshawa, Ontario

Daniel Paille, Welland, Ontario

Rich Peverley, Guelph, Ontario

Gregory Campbell, Tilssonburg, Ontario

Tyler Seguin, Brampton, Ontario

Marc Savard, Peterborough, Ontario

Chris Kelly, Ottawa, Ontario

Patrice Bergeron, Quebec City, Quebec

Mark Recchi, Kamloops, British Columbia

Milan Lucic, Vancouver, British Columbia

Shane Hnidy, Neepawa, Manitoba

Johnny Boychuk, Edmonton, Alberta

Adam McQuaid, Prince Edward Island (unspecified)

Brad Marchand, Nova Scotia (unspecified)

Michael Ryder, Newfoundland (unspecified)

Tim Thomas, Flint, Mich.*

*Thomas, the Conn Smythe winner, will have two days with the Cup.

**Dennis Seidenberg (Schwenningen, West Germany) and Andrew Ference (Edmonton, Alberta) weren't listed in the report.

You can follow the journey of the Stanley Cup at the Hockey Hall of Fame website.

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