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Conor Sheary takes Stanley Cup to school

Pittsburgh forward celebrates with fans at Cushing Academy

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Conor Sheary celebrated his day with the Stanley Cup on Wednesday by taking the trophy to Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, Mass., where he played prep school hockey.

Tweet from @n_mallard: In his old stall at @CushingAcademy, @penguins forward @csheary13 poses with the Stanley Cup. pic.twitter.com/UQta4BJwtz

Fans from the area flocked to the Iorio Arena in Ashburnham, where they met Sheary and had their picture taken with the Cup.

Tweet from @agreenphotog: Great crowd this morning for @CushingAcademy alum & @penguins Stanley Cup winner @csheary13. Slideshow to come pic.twitter.com/AA5WuHIlaY

Tweet from @n_mallard: Guests at @CushingAcademy line up to see alum Conor Sheary with the Stanley Cup. pic.twitter.com/2l2jNzYDNA

Sheary's day with the Cup coincided with the announcement that his sister Courtney was named an assistant coach for the Dartmouth College women's hockey team.

Tweet from @TheIsobelCup: Isobel, meet Stanley. Stanley, meet Isobel. @CushingAcademy pic.twitter.com/fr2rbxjpQX

Sheary, who made his NHL debut last season, had seven goals and 10 points in 44 regular-season games, and four goals and 10 points in 23 Stanley Cup Playoff games, including the game-winning goal in overtime of Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against the San Jose Sharks.

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