In the afternoon, Shaw brought the Cup to the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre, where hundreds of people showed up for pictures with Shaw and the Cup. A line formed hours before the Cup was scheduled to be there.
There was a special piece of equipment on display at Kenesky Sports in Hamilton, Ontario on Friday.
"Wherever you go with the Stanley Cup, Stanley is a rock star," Bernard told CHCH. "Very, very fortunate. There's so many great people in this hockey business that we all work in, and that have never had the opportunity to win it once, and I'm just so gracious and proud that we've had the opportunity to do it three times now."
Chicago Blackhawks forward Bryan Bickell and the Stanley Cup spent Canada Day visiting The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto. Bickell, his wife Amanda and their immediate family showed off the Cup and provided a memorable afternoon for the patients of the facility.
The children not only got to meet Bickell, they were given the opportunity to hoist the Cup.
The Chicago Blackhawks and the Stanley Cup participated in the 46th annual Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday.
Blackhawks representatives and ice crew accompanied the Stanley Cup on the WGN Radio float in the parade, which celebrates Chicago's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.
Kane walked on stage at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre with the Cup while wearing a parrothead hat, representing the nickname for Buffett's fans.
Five days after winning the Stanley Cup in Game 6 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Final against the Tampa Bay Lightning at United Center, Vermette and his wife Karen welcomed a baby girl, Emilia, into the world on Saturday.
On Sunday, Emilia was introduced to the Stanley Cup.
The Chicago Blackhawks took the Stanley Cup to the south side of town on Sunday, to U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox.
Forward Andrew Shaw held the Cup over his head and walked to the pitcher's mound with defenseman Michal Rozsival and coach Joel Quenneville, who were all in White Sox jerseys. They took a photo with White Sox players prior to the start of their game. Before going on to the field, Shaw took swings in a batting cage.
The Blackhawks won the Cup with a 2-0 victory in Game 6 at United Center against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday.
"What a thrill to win it at home and celebrate on home ice, it was a spectacular playoff run," Quenneville said on WGN during the game. "It was a tough series. You can look at all four of them but the last two were off the charts. Tampa Bay, I don't think anyone thought they were that good. Oh my, was that a tough series. Every shift was tough."
The Chicago Blackhawks continued their victory tour with the Stanley Cup on Friday night when they brought it to a Mumford & Sons show at Montrose Beach.
The crowd at the concert roared when the Blackhawks carried the Cup onto the stage.
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