BOSTON (CBS) – Lord Stanley’s Cup was all around Boston Thursday, the home of the 2011 champion Boston Bruins.

Early in the day, defenseman Zdeno Chara was seen with the cup in the North End and showing it off for all to see on the top of his roof.

Later on, Milan Lucic, Nathan Horton, and others were showing it off for a couple hours outside Tia at the Waterfront.

At one point, Lucic hoisted the Cup into the air, much to the delight of fans, who gathered as word spread of the Cup’s location.

WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.

Several players, like Chara, spent much of the day in the North End, with a few, like Milan Lucic and Johnny Boychuk, visiting the barbershop for a much-needed trim. Chara got his shave out of the way earlier in the day.

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By nightfall, the B’s made the trek to Stella’s in the South End with the Cup by their side.

The players reportedly planned to party all night, and who could blame them.

Lucic, Tim Thomas, and Patrice Bergeron brought the Cup to New York City Friday morning for an appearance on the Today Show and the NHL Network in Manhattan.

If you spot Lord Stanley’s cup, snap a photo and send it our way! will carry the Bruins Stanley Cup Championship Parade live.

Comments (5)
  1. Michael Brown says:

    lord stanley is on marthas vineyard, hung out with it last night

    1. Ralph says:

      That is awesome. Is it coming anywhere near where we are?
      Were in Ohio totally missing the party! :-(

  2. Heather says:

    It was in Bedford, MA from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, then it went to Waxy O’Connors in the evening!

  3. Troy says:

    Is it going to be on display in Boston so fans can take pictures with it?

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