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Fraser re-creates family photo on day with Cup

Monday, 08.18.2014 / 6:40 PM | NHL.com Staff

Los Angeles Kings forward Colin Fraser re-created a touching family photo this weekend on his day with the Stanley Cup.

The three-time Cup winner took the trophy to a dock on Sylvan Lake, Alberta, where he, his son and daughter raised the trophy (and replicas) over their heads.

After the Kings' 2012 championship, Colin and his son Calder (then 19 months) each lifted a trophy near the lake. Calder was ill during the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, causing Colin to leave the Kings for a brief time.

Fraser also won the Stanley Cup with the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks. He played in 33 regular-season games but none in this year's playoffs for the Kings.

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