Andy O'Brien, the Pittsburgh Penguins director of sports science, gave hockey fans, and one lucky alpaca, a look at the Stanley Cup during his day with the trophy in his home province of Prince Edward Island on Tuesday.
O'Brien and the Cup met the alpaca, Alphie, in Warren Grove.
O'Brien's day had started at the beach, where he and the Cup enjoyed a bird's-eye view of the water in Stanhope.
During the afternoon, O'Brien had a public event at Bell Aliant Centre in Charlottetown, where fans flooded the athletic complex to get a glimpse of the 125-year-old trophy.
O'Brien, the longtime trainer for Penguins center Sidney Crosby, was hired by Pittsburgh in 2015. He has helped the Penguins win the Cup in each of his two seasons with them.
Later he even got to eat some lobster out of the Cup.