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BOSTON (CBS) – The Boston Bruins players will get their individual days with the Stanley Cup starting next week.
Nathan Horton will be the first player to get the Cup. Here is a full list of Cup destinations, according to TSN in Canada, and the Bruins that will accompany it:
Nathan Horton: Dunnville, Ontario
Tomas Kaberle: Kladno, Czech Republic
David Krejci: Sternbeck, Czech Republic
Zdeno Chara: Trencin, Slovakia
Tuuka Rask: Savonlinna, Finland
Shawn Thornton: Oshawa, Ontario
Daniel Paille: Welland, Ontario
Rich Peverley: Guelph, Ontario
Gregory Campbell: Tillsonburg, 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
Brad Marchand: Nova Scotia
Michael Ryder: Newfoundland
Tim Thomas: Flint Michigan.
Vezina winner Tim Thomas will get two days with the Trophy in his hometown of Flint, Michigan.
It will be interesting to see the reception Lucic will get in Vancouver, the site of the Bruins Stanley Cup-clinching Game 7 victory and terrible riots afterwards.
“I hope it’s not the same reaction we saw after Game 7, we don’t want that stuff going on again,” Lucic told 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh and Zolak on Wednesday. “I’m hoping for a positive reaction. I know it’s going to be a pretty good reception for myself. I’m just going to keep things low-key; just enjoy having the cup around my friends and family, take it to some local spots. It’s going to be a lot of fun, that’s for sure.”
The NHL Hall of Fame is running an ongoing dairy of the Cup’s travels throughout the summer.
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