Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2015, 24

HJALMARSSON & RUNDBLAD
Blackhawks defenceman Niklas Hjarlmarsson and his family welcomed the Stanley Cup to their home in Jonkoping, Sweden. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
At his home in Sweden, three-time champion Niklas Hjarlmarsson hoists the Stanley Cup. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Touring the neighbourhood on a wagon, Hjarlmarsson and the Stanley Cup met up with some local children. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
As he did in 2013, Hjarlmarsson brought the Stanley Cup to his home village of Russnas, Sweden. Population 80. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The most versatile trophy in sport, the Stanley Cup is used to water a young tree. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Hjarlmarsson donned his championship rings to pose with the Stanley Cup. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Defenceman David Rundblad and his family welcomed the Stanley Cup to Skelleftea, Sweden. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Rundblad and the Stanley Cup enjoy a quiet moment at home. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Rundblad brought the Stanley Cup to a local school where he met with and signed autographs for youngsters. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Hundreds of fans lined the streets and took photos of the Stanley Cup and their hometown hero. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Putting a champion to work. David Rundblad loaded the Stanley Cup into its case and said farewell. (Bill Wellman/Hockey Hall of Fame)

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