Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Ian Cole is spending his day with the Stanley Cup in his hometown of Ann Arbor, Mich., on Friday.
The first stop on Cole's tour was C. S. Mott Children's Hospital, where he welcomed patients and children to have their picture taken with the Cup.
The baby in the Cup was 5-month-old Owen Saba, who spent the previous 40 days at Mott after having open-heart surgery. He was discharged Friday.
Cole, who played his college hockey at the University of Notre Dame, then took the Cup to the Ronald McDonald House in Ann Arbor.
The Cup next was taken for lunch at BTB Burrito.
Cole, who scored one goal in 24 Stanley Cup Playoff games for Pittsburgh, will close his day with a public gathering at Ann Arbor Ice Cube. Cole played there for two seasons (2005-07) when USA Hockey's National Team Development Program was based there.