The Stanley Cup has had a long journey since the the Bruins captured it in Game 7 of the Cup Final in Vancouver. But on Monday, it returned to Boston, home of one of the most exciting victory parades in recent memory.
Andrew Ference spent the day with the Cup, bringing it to the North End, where it became the center of a flash mob. Earlier in the day, Ference brought it to the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital.
To hear more details about Ference's day with the Cup, including what made him come up with the idea for the flash mob, check out the video above from NESN Daily.