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Lemieux, Penguins celebrate Father's Day with Cup

Trophy makes rounds at golf club, practice facility

by Cutler Klein @CutlerKlein / Staff Writer

The Pittsburgh Penguins had some Father's Day fun with the Stanley Cup over the weekend, one week after winning it for the fourth time in franchise history.

The Penguins surprised co-owner/chairman Mario Lemieux with the Cup while the Hockey Hall of Fame member played a round of golf with his son, Austin, assistant coach Rick Tocchet and retired NHL forward Jay Caufield at The Club at Nevillewood in Presto, Pa., on Sunday.

Tweet from @penguins: We surprised Mario Lemieux with the #StanleyCup on the golf course. And got photos with a few friends along the way!

Defenseman Ian Cole shared the Cup with his father, and even let him drink his morning cup of Joe out of it.

Tweet from @penguins: Coffee tastes best out of this Cup! ������

Hours later, the Cup made its way to the Penguins practice facility in Cranberry, Pa., to surprise some youth hockey players and their parents.

Tweet from @penguins: The Stanley Cup had an eventful visit to #UPMC66!

Lucky Pittsburgh dads spent time with the Cup at brunch, at a sporting goods store and by the pool.

Tweet from @penguins: That moment when the #StanleyCup shows up at Father's Day brunch.

Tweet from @penguins: The Stanley Cup was the main attraction at @DICKS this afternoon.

Tweet from @penguins: Earlier today the #StanleyCup got to chill with a couple fans by the pool. Livin' the life!

On Saturday, forward Chris Kunitz shared the Cup with some of his neighbors, including Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Arthur Moats.

Tweet from @dabody52: Neighborhood of Champions! #LordStanley #stairwayto7 #ChrisKunitz @penguins @mrsmoats52

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