Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2014, 15

Stevens, Pearson & Murray
Kings Assistant Coach John Stevens starts his day with the Stanley Cup at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The Stevens family and the Stanley Cup pose for a photo outside of the museum. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The entire Stevens clan pose for a group shot at the historic Fish Alley in Sea Isle, New Jersey. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Kings forward Tanner Pearson threw a party at his home in Kitchener, Ontario, with the Stanley Cup serving as the guest of honour. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The Pearson family pose with the Stanley Cup. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Tanner brought the Cup to a local arena where he and group of childhood friends played a game of ball hockey with the Stanley Cup on the line. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Following the game, friends of Pearson were given the once in a lifetime chance to drink from hockey's most coveted trophy. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Always buckle up. The Stanley Cup joined Kings Development Consultant Glen Murray in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The Murrays gather around for a photo with the most famous trophy in hockey. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Glen Murray's wife, children and the Stanley Cup in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Time to get rolling. Glen Murray's daughter and the Stanley Cup prepare for a ride on an ATV. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)

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