Tyler Bozak and Jaden Schwartz teamed up to bring the Stanley Cup to Regina, Saskatchewan, where hundreds lined up to meet the St. Louis Blues players and get a view of the trophy on Saturday.
Bozak and Schwartz started the day by taking the Cup to the kids at Regina General Hospital.
After that, the two Blues went on to share it with the masses with a public meet and greet, and a visit with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe.
The players and Moe had a brief ceremony with the Cup that involved planting a Blues flag off the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and playing "Gloria."
People were lined up early to meet Bozak and Schwartz, who were riding in style.
Bozak's daughter Blake also got some quality time with the Cup.
They later had a smaller gathering with some celebratory cookies.
Video: Schwartz, Bozak bring Cup to Regina
To cap off their day, Bozak and Schwartz were joined by fellow Saskatchewan native Brayden Schenn to show off the Cup during the first quarter of the Canadian Football League game between the Roughriders and Calgary Stampeders.