PHT Stanley Cup Tracker: Cup heads east to Ontario
The PHT Stanley Cup tracker will keep tabs on how the St. Louis Blues spend their summer celebrating.
After spending its first week on the road in the Canadian prairies, the Stanley Cup headed east to Ontario over the past week.
On Friday, the Cup headed to Richmond Hill. The city has a population of 208,000 but only one of them recently won a Stanley Cup (and signed a two-year, $8.8 million deal in the past month).
The day was Jordan Binnington’s in his hometown, which is situated just outside of Toronto.
A timeline of Binnington’s day can be found here.
- It began at Grandma’s house.
- He got the key to the city
- Grandpa got a drink
- And then a cool story where Binnington’s biggest fan, Kevin, gave the goaltender a birthday card he had made up and passed along to his mother, who knew someone on the team that could deliver it to him. Unbeknownst to Kevin, his mother had kept the card so he could deliver his favorite goalie himself.
Captain Alex Pietrangelo has the cup today (Sunday, if you’re reading this in the future.)
Get in the hole has a whole new meaning here.
We will update this as they day goes along with more highlight’s from Pietrangelo’s day with the Cup.
Meanwhile, Vince Dunn also got his day and made a pitstop from a hometown parade in Lindsay, Ont., to visit a man in hospital.
Per the team’s website, Lawny Woodcock was diagnosed with colon cancer recently and won’t leave the hospital until next year.
Woodcock took a liking to the Blues after his Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated from the playoffs because of their Canadian contingent.
This week, he got to lift the Cup.
.@StLouisBlues Stanley Cup winner @vince_dunn brought the Stanley Cup to @SickKidsNews! Vince was invited to bring the Cup by current SickKids patient & @Oshawa_Generals prospect @owenbradyy1. “It’s a privilege for me to brighten their day in this way,” says Vince. pic.twitter.com/ifq2aqzrFb— SickKids Foundation (@sickkids) July 13, 2019
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The PHT Stanley Cup tracker
• Week 1: Cup heads to the Canadian prairies