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Maroon, dogs celebrate second day with Stanley Cup

Lightning forward shows off trophy to French Bulldogs Bernie, Bleu

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Pat Maroon shared his second day with the Stanley Cup with two of his best friends.

The Tampa Bay Lightning forward showed off his name on the shiny trophy with his French Bulldogs Bernadette and Bleu in Tampa.

Tweet from @keeperofthecup: Two time #StanleyCup champion @patmaroon shows off his name to his dogs. Not much interest at first, but now both dogs are all in! @NHL @TBLightning @StLouisBlues @HockeyHallFame pic.twitter.com/pUDSMXKZno

Maroon previously won the Cup in 2019 as a member of the St. Louis Blues before helping the Lightning claim the trophy in 2020. Keeper of the Cup Phil Pritchard shared the adorable photo Monday of Maroon and his dogs celebrating his second day with the trophy in as many offseasons.

Bernie and Bleu appeared bored by looking for their dad's name on the Cup at first, though that seemed to change. They also looked downright adorable posing in front of the trophy in a photo posted to their shared Instagram account.

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