Alex Pietrangelo spent Sunday morning playing golf with family, friends and a special guest.
The Blues captain brought the Stanley Cup along for a round of golf in King City, Ontario, about 30 miles north of Toronto.
"Life gets busy when you have kids, so when you get a chance to take a break and play some golf, (you do)," Pietrangelo told the Blues website. "It's something different, something a little more intimate with a group of friends and family. It's a little more low-key for me."
Pietrangelo led Blues defensemen in the regular season with 41 points (13 goals, 28 assists) and the playoffs (19 points; three goals, 16 assists), but his golf game could use a little work. Numerous attempts on the putting green to put the ball into the hole failed until Pietrangelo was encouraged to move closer.
With the wind to his back, Pietrangelo finally got one to go in.
Later, it was time for the Pietrangelo triplets, you remember them, Evelyn, Oliver and Theodore, to meet the Cup.
And of course family dinner was served on the fine china.
The Stanley Cup will travel southwest in Ontario on Monday when Blues forward Robby Fabbri enjoys his day with it in his hometown of Mississauga.