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Dumoulin visits Bunker Hill, Boston College with Stanley Cup

Penguins defenseman opts for history lesson, trip to alma mater @NHLdotcom

What to do with the incredibly historic Stanley Cup, a monument to hockey greatness?

Why not take it to an incredibly historic monument?

Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Brian Dumoulin hoisted the Cup in front of the Bunker Hill monument in Charlestown, Massachusetts, on Friday.

Tweet from @keeperofthecup: Brian Dumoulin visits Bunker Hill as part if his #stanleycup day with the @penguins @NHL @HockeyHallFame

Dumoulin posed with the greatest trophy in all of sports in front of the statue commemorating the first battle of the Revolutionary War.

A native of Biddeford, Massachusetts, Doumoulin also took the Cup to his alma mater, Boston College.

Tweet from @BCHockey: The #StanleyCup visited the #BCEagles and The Heights today, courtesy of @Du24theboyz. STORY:

Dumoulin was part of the Eagles' 2010 and 2012 NCAA championship teams.

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