The Secret Life of the Stanley Cup

Official Cup guardian Mike Bolt describes the endless adventures of the famous NHL trophy, which has traveled to Afghanistan, been strapped to a motorcycle and even used to baptize babies. Mike Richter, winner of the Stanley Cup in 1994 with the New York Rangers also talks about his experience with hockey’s ultimate prize.

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22 Replies to “The Secret Life of the Stanley Cup”

  1. After i saw the avs dent the cup and nobody react tonight I knew my childhood dream of eating a bowl of cereal out of the cup was possible, this video confirmed it!!!

  2. I often wonder which is harder to fall on ice for skaters such as Nathan Chan, or concrete for skateboarders? I can personaly vouge for concrete, it doesnt budge and rips skin. But the ice appears bone breaking! B

  3. The Stanley Cup, Le Coupe de Stanley, Lord Stanley, The Cup, whatever you call it, it’s our holy grail, one of the all time great trophies in sports.

  4. what if the thing breaks… and what will happen when someone drops it when carrying it after ur team won the Stanley cup

  5. I don’t know what team players names will be on it, but the San Jose Sharks WILL WIN The Stanley Cup!!! πŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ’πŸ₯…

  6. I haven't kissed it, but I've touched it and had a picture taken with it.
    I should have grabbed a quick smooch 😘 πŸ˜‚

  7. The Bledisloe Cup is the best it's a Cup played between the New Zealand All Blacks and Australia Wallabies

  8. When the Sharks win the Stanley Cup no matter what the year is, this would be THE curse breaker of Ice Hockey in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  9. It's been pissed in, defecated in, drop kicked into a river, left by the side of a road when the car got a flat tire.

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