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Capitals assistant equipment manager puts infant daughter in Stanley Cup

Dave Marin spends day with trophy with family in Virginia

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A baby was in the Stanley Cup on Thursday, thanks to Dave Marin.

The Washington Capitals assistant equipment manager put his 10-week-old daughter, Brynn, in the Cup as part of his day with the trophy.

Tweet from @keeperofthecup: Dave Marin, Capitals Assistant Equipment Manager, and his wife, Rachel, begin a relaxing day with the #StanleyCup and their 10 week old daughter, Brynn. (Arlington, VA) @Capitals @NHL @HockeyHallFame pic.twitter.com/hYROYyN0Tl

Marin, who has been with the Capitals the past 10 seasons, spent the beginning of his day with his wife Rachel and the Capitals jersey-clad infant at their home in Alexandria, Virginia.

Marin, an Arlington native, was the fourth member of the Capitals to spend his day with the Cup in the Washington area. But the Cup will leave the United States capital for Russia, where Alex Ovechkin will begin the Cup's European tour with a public viewing in Moscow before the Russia-Croatia World Cup soccer quarterfinal Saturday.

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