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Ranford, nephew celebrate two championships

Friday, 08.22.2014 / 4:28 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  / 2014 Summer with Stanley blog

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Ranford, nephew celebrate two championships

Thursday was a memorable day in the life of Los Angeles Kings goaltending coach Bill Ranford. He had two reasons -- and trophies -- to celebrate.

Ranford spent the day with not only the Stanley Cup he and the Kings won in June, but with the Calder Cup; his nephew, Brendan Ranford, won the American Hockey League championship with the Texas Stars.

A native of New Westminster, British Columbia, Bill Ranford has won two championships with the Kings since joining the organization in the summer of 2006. He won the Stanley Cup twice as a player with the Edmonton Oilers (1988, 1990) and was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP in 1990.

After visiting some friends and businesses in the area, Ranford allowed town residents to spend some time with the trophy when he brought the Cup to the Glenbrook fire hall Thursday afternoon.

Quote of the Day

That's today's game. That's one of the things you have to deal with when you're a championship team. Guys are going to earn more money based on their performance and what they've achieved, [and] deservedly so. [Saad] falls into that category.

— Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville on Brandon Saad, who was traded by Chicago to the Columbus Blue Jackets this offseason