Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2012, 29

Kevin Westgarth
Kings assistant coach John Stevens brought The Stanley Cup to Talbot Gardens in Simcoe, Ontario where fans were able to get a glimpse of some of hockey's most precious silverware and NHL alumni.
The Cup was back on the line at Simcoe Recreation Centre. Stevens and a group of former NHLers took on his sons, nephews and friends in a game of pickup. For the record, the youngsters came out on top.
Kings director of player development Nelson Emerson brought The Stanley Cup to his home town of Waterford, Ontario.
At the local arena, Emerson and The Stanley Cup pose for a photo with the Waterford and District Minor Hockey Association tyke players and coaches.
Kings new coaching consultant Bernie Nicholls and his family pose with The Stanley Cup in West Guilford, Ontario.
Bernie Nicholls and The Stanley Cup hunting in a tree stand in West Guilford, On.
Former Kings player and now pro scout, Alyn McCauley brought the Cup the his hometown, the picturesque, Gananoque, Ontario.
Just like dad. Alyn McCauley hoists The Stanley Cup while his children May and Renn raise miniature versions on the shore of the St. Lawrence River.

See the 2012 Stanley Cup Journal

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