The Pittsburgh Penguins keep doing right by Darran Dunlap.
The 6-year-old Pittsburgh native, who is battling leukemia, had a guest visitor Saturday: the Stanley Cup -- along with Penguins equipment manager Danny Knoll.
Dunlap is the daughter of Pittsburgh radio personality Colin Dunlap, who wrote a heartfelt letter to the city after Darran was diagnosed in November. Tears flowed at the Dunlap household when Darran received the trophy from Penguins equipment manager Danny Kroll.
Dunlap's visit from the Cup came less than three months after she received a note and an autographed puck from Penguins owner Mario Lemieux.
Lemieux had Hodgkin's lymphoma during his playing career with the Penguins in 1993 but was able to recover and continue his career.