Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2012, 33

Jarret Stoll & Davis Drewiske
Kings forward Jarret Stoll brought The Stanley Cup to his hometown of Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
Stoll and his grandmother raise The Stanley Cup.
Stoll brought the Cup the Weger Sports Complex where he learned to skate as a child.
Jarret Stoll raises The Stanley Cup during his parade down Broadway Street in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
Kings defenseman Davis Drewiske brought The Stanley Cup to the Minneapolis , Minnesota home of Jack Jablonski, a 16-year-old hockey player paralyzed during a game in December 2011.
Drewiske and his grandmother show off an impressive collection of hardware; The Stanley Cup, NCAA Championship trophy and Wisconsin state high school championship trophy.
In his hometown of Hudson, Wisconsin, Drewiske brought the Cup to the local Sports and Civic Center.
At a private celebration Davis Drewiske pours his father a drink from hockey's most prized trophy.

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