Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2012, 21

Williie Mitchell
Williie Mitchell started the day at Chilton Regional Arena in Port McNeill, British Columbia where his hockey journey started.
Mitchell then visited ’Namgis First Nation of the remote Alert Bay where he donned a traditional headdress and participated in a ceremony at
the Big House.
A helicopter brought Mitchell and
his group to the top of Mt. Benedict. Here, he and his father pose for a photo with The Stanley Cup.
Willie Mitchell along with his
parents, his wife and her parents enjoy some champagne from The Stanley Cup atop Mt. Benedict.
On top of the world. Willie Mitchell
and The Stanley Cup.
Nimmo Bay Resort was the next stop for Willie and The Stanley Cup.
Willie Mitchell raises The Stanley Cup in from of a waterfall at the
Nimmo Bay Resort.
At the end of long day, Willie and Stanley are ready for some rest.


Willie Mitchell spends time alone with The Stanley Cup on a row boat in his hometown of Port McNeill, BC.

See the 2012 Stanley Cup Journal


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