Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2015, 28

KOGUT, HEINTZELMAN & MACISSAC
Blackhawks equipment assistant D.J. Kogut started his day with the Stanley Cup by proposing to his girlfriend, Jenn. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Kogut and the Cup pose with police officers who provided security for the day. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
At Elgin Country Club, the newly engaged couple posed for photos with the Stanley Cup. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
As the evening came to an end, Kogut was joined by fellow Stanley Cup-winners Wendell Young and Brent Sopel. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Already sporting two championship rings, Blackhawks assistant equipment manager Jim Heintzelman welcomed the Stanley Cup to Grand Rapids, Michigan. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Heintzelman proudly hoists the Stanley Cup. Note the photobomb in the driver's seat. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Heintzelman and the Stanley Cup posed with friends at a local brewery. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The Stanley Cup and Heintzelman met and posed for photos with an unsuspecting newly married couple. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The Stanley Cup is loaded on a plane heading for the east coast to meet with Blackhawks vice president Al MacIssac. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Al MacIssac brought the Stanley Cup to the local legion where they met with fans and members of the RCMP. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Seeing double? MacIssac and his twin brother take in the amazing view that is the Atlantic Ocean. (Mike Bolt/Hockey Hall of Fame)

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