The Stanley Cup took a trip to Nova Scotia on Thursday with Al MacIsaac, vice president of hockey operations for the Chicago Blackhawks. MacIsaac brought the Cup to his hometown of Antigonish, where he enjoyed the day with family and friends, as well as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
MacIsaac has spent the past 15 seasons with the Blackhawks and is part of three Stanley Cup championships (2010, 2013, 2015).
Selected by the Buffalo Sabres in the 12th round (No. 232) of the 1987 NHL Draft, MacIsaac didn't play in the NHL but had a successful hockey career, winning three titles as a player: the Canadian Hockey League Memorial Cup in 1986, the ECHL championship in 1992 and the Calder Cup in 1993.