The Pittsburgh Penguins delivered season tickets Wednesday, and they brought a special guest along with them: the Stanley Cup.
Forwards Conor Sheary and Phil Kessel, goalie Marc-Andre Fleury and defenseman Kris Letang were among the Penguins who surprised season ticket holders with the world's most famous trophy in tow.
Fleury literally turned one kid's world upside down.
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Cookies were the fuel that helped Fleury survive the hectic day.
Defenseman Ian Cole donned a delivery uniform to surprise season subscribers with their fresh tickets.
After participating in a street-hockey game with Jacob Lestitian, 10, and his 8-year-old brother Matthew, Sheary helped the young Sidney Crosby fans find the Penguins captain's name on the Cup.
"They have been asking every day when the players were coming," Kevin Lestitian, the father of Jacob and Matthew, said. "It was really exciting. For the kids, they're so excited. To have the Penguins come out today is just great."
One longtime season subscriber made sure to point out Sheary's youth compared to her longstanding fandom.
Letang dedicated the championship to Penguins fans, saying "Without you guys, there would be nothing. We'll try to repeat and bring the Cup back."
This dog, who must have known a Stanley Cup champion was delivering tickets, was nicer to Penguins defenseman Trevor Daley than canines typically are to the mailman.
Kessel was more than happy to get out and meet some Penguins season-ticket holders and spend more time with the Cup.