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Summer with Stanley

Penguins president: 'We can win a couple more Cups'

Says having 'best' owner, GM, coach, players gives them chance

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Pittsburgh Penguins president and CEO David Morehouse enjoyed sharing the Stanley Cup with family, friends and fans Monday, and he thinks he'll get to do it a few more times too.

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Rutherford dons Penguins sweater on day with Stanley Cup

General manager, former player shows off jersey, three trophies

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Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford looked more like a player while enjoying his day with the Stanley Cup.

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Cullen wakes up youngest son with Stanley Cup

After prank on Joey Cullen, former Penguins forward takes trophy to children's hospital

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The best part of waking up, is when it's next to the Stanley Cup.

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Archibald has son baptized in Stanley Cup

Penguins forward's infant christened over trophy during small ceremony in Minnesota

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We've seen babies in the Stanley Cup before, but was this the first baptism in the Cup?

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Tocchet ready for challenge of coaching Coyotes after day with Cup

Former Penguins assistant looking forward to task of molding young talent into winning team

by Adam Kimelman @NHLAdamK / NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J . -- Rick Tocchet has been coach of the Arizona Coyotes since July 11, but Sunday felt like his unofficial final day with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Tocchet, who hosted a Stanley Cup party with friends and family at the Wild Wild West at Bally's Hotel and Casino, had been an assistant with the Penguins the previous three seasons.

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Martin brightens kids' day with Stanley Cup visit

Penguins assistant coach stops at Ottawa children's hospital, palliative care center

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Jacques Martin used the Stanley Cup to help some children smile Tuesday.

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Hainsey's day with Cup no match for toddler's nap time

Defenseman gets 18-month-old to skip rest, sit in trophy for second straight year

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Ron Hainsey's day with the Stanley Cup was no match for Carter Wolfe's nap time.

The veteran defenseman, who helped the Pittsburgh Penguins win the championship last season, invited the 18-month-old tired toddler, who cried while sitting in the trophy, to a public ceremony at Bolton Ice Palace in Hainsey's hometown of Bolton, Connecticut, on Monday.

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Bonino uses second day with Cup for same good cause

Center raises money for children's hospital before enjoying spaghetti from trophy

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After again using the Stanley Cup to raise money for Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Nick Bonino enjoyed some of his mom's spaghetti from the trophy.

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Dumoulin visits Bunker Hill, Boston College with Stanley Cup

Penguins defenseman opts for history lesson, trip to alma mater

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What to do with the incredibly historic Stanley Cup, a monument to hockey greatness?

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Sullivan invites parents to hold infant inside Stanley Cup

Penguins coach shares trophy during public ceremony in Massachusetts

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Mike Sullivan's day with the Stanley Cup was centered around sharing it with young people in his home state Thursday. The Pittsburgh Penguins coach invited 12-day-old Evie Rose Reissfelder inside the trophy during a public ceremony at The Bog Ice Arena in Kingston, Massachusetts.

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