Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2014, 24
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For the second time in three years Kings forward Jordan Nolan welcomed the Stanley Cup to Garden River First Nation near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Jordan surprised his father, Ted, with the Jack Adams Trophy which he won back in 1997. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Nolan brought the Stanley Cup to visit the Garden River Fire Department. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
"Hanging out at Uncle Rick's place." Jordan visits the Garden River Fire Department Fire Services Building. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Jordan and father Ted pose at home with their silverware. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Nolan toured town aboard a Garden River Fire Department vehicle. The banner says it all. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Jordan took a quick break to squeeze in few holes. Here he and his brother, Brandon, line up a putt. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Jordan and the Chief pose prior to a Pow Wow dedicated to his Aunt Arlene. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Thousands gathered for the traditional Pow Wow which included guest speakers, traditional dancing, fire and the Stanley Cup. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
With the help of brother, Brandon, Jordan takes a sip from the Stanley Cup. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)
A proud moment. The Nolan men pose with the Stanley Cup. (Howie Borrow/Hockey Hall of Fame)

2014 Stanley Cup Journal - Los Angeles Kings


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