How the Chicago Blackhawks Spent Time With the Stanley Cup

August 30th, 2010 by Joe Favia Leave a reply »
To win the ultimate prize in any sport is something special to behold and cherish. But, it means an extra something to win the Stanley Cup.

By most it is considered the hardest trophy to win in competitive North American team sports, and is regarded by many to be the most prestigious trophy an athlete can attain.

Some players never get a chance to hoist the Cup despite long and successful careers. And, for some it takes years and years to accomplish such as Ray Bourque and countless others.

Regardless of how long it takes, it is a special moment for any player as it is a culmination of the dream that every hockey player shares since they first tied their skates at an early age. And, when they do win it they are given the opportunity to spend one day with the Cup to spend it as they see fit.

Some players choose to party and have a good time with the Cup in celebration, while others sometimes take the trophy to grave sites to honor relatives that were not around to see the victory come to pass. Either way of spending time with Lord Stanley's trophy marks an individual's choice as they may never get the chance again to do so.


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