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Stanley Cup goes through customs on way to Finland

by NHL.com Staff / NHL.com

The Stanley Cup went through customs in Chicago on Sunday before heading to Finland.

The Cup was on display at the Chicago Blackhawks' annual fan convention over the weekend.

Three Finnish members of Chicago's 2015 Stanley Cup championship team will get to share the Cup with family, friends and fans this week.

Teuvo Teravainen will have the Cup Monday, followed by Kimmo Timonen on Tuesday and Antti Raanta on Thursday.

Teravainen, 20, had four goals, six assists and a plus-2 rating in 18 Stanley Cup Playoff games after he had nine points (four goals) in 34 regular-season games as a rookie. He'll have the Cup in Helsinki.

Timonen, who won the Cup for the first time in his career in his 16th and final NHL season, saw limited ice time in 18 playoff games after being acquired in a February trade with the Philadelphia Flyers. He'll have the Cup in Kuopio.

Raanta, who was traded to the New York Rangers last month, did not play in the playoffs after he was 7-4-1 with a 1.89 goals-against average, a .936 save percentage and two shutouts during the regular season. He will have the Cup in Rauma.

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