When Justin Williams had his first day with the Stanley Cup, back in 2006, he celebrated at his charity golf tournament and was the guest of honor at a parade through his hometown of Cobourg, Ontario.
Right Wing - LAK
GOALS: 22 | ASST: 37 | PTS: 59
SOG: 241 | +/-: 10
Six years later, Williams is a married father of two, and he chose to spend his second day with hockey's greatest trophy in a slightly more intimate fashion, enjoying a day with the Cup at his home in Ventnor, N.J., on Thursday with a small group of people, followed by a larger party later that night at Caesar's Atlantic City.
"This time it's more family and friends," Williams told NHL.com.
The Los Angeles Kings forward started his day with the Cup just before 9 a.m., and the first order of business was eating Cheerios out of it with wife Kelly, son Jaxon, 4, and daughter Jade, 17 months.
Other children had their turn with the Cup and some spoons -- the house was filled with a number of them as Williams' sister and some of Kelly's four brothers brought their families.