Justin Schultz capped a stellar July by hosting his day with the Stanley Cup in West Kelowna, British Columbia on Thursday.
After celebrating the Penguins' championship in June, the defenseman turned 26 on July 6, signed a one-year contract with Pittsburgh on July 13, and then took the Cup to Royal Lepage Place, an ice hockey rink in his hometown on Thursday. Schultz signed autographs and posed for pictures.
Schultz also shared the Cup with some of West Kelowna's bravest.
The Penguins acquired Schultz in a trade with the Edmonton Oilers on Feb. 27 for a third-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. The defenseman had eight points in 18 regular-season games and four points in 15 Stanley Cup Playoff games with Pittsburgh.