BOSTON (AP) — The World Series champion Red Sox completed their tour of the three other major Boston-area professional sports teams Monday night, bringing their recently captured trophy to a Bruins game.

Owner John Henry, president Sam Kennedy and pitcher Joe Kelly were on hand for a ceremonial faceoff between the Bruins and Dallas Stars. Kelly dropped the puck between Bruins’ captain Zdeno Chara and Stars’ captain Jamie Benn.

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Joe Kelly of the Boston Red Sox shakes hands with Patrice Bergeron #37 of the Boston Bruins (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Kennedy carried the trophy onto the ice, and Kelly brought it off.

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Each of the Red Sox members got a Bruins’ jersey with red numbers and their last name stitched on the back. Henry’s was “18” for the year they won the title.

They brought the trophy to a Celtics game last Thursday and Sunday’s Patriots-Green Bay Packers game in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

The Red Sox closed out the World Series on Oct. 28, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers in five games.

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