Each player of the winning team of the Stanley cup gets to spend a day with the cup. After all players have spent their day with it will be passed on to the team that wins next year's Stanley Cup.
1 day to keep the stanley cup
When you win the Stanley Cup, your team gets to keep it until a new champion is named the next season.
Each player, GM, Coach gets to host the Cup for one day.
the owner gets to keep coaching and the Stanley cup
Each member of a Stanley Cup winning team will get one full day during which they will have sole possession of the Stanley Cup.
Niklas Lidstrom is the first European born captqain to win the Stanley cup.
yes, every player,trainor,coachs,and management receive a Stanley cup ring.
The Stanley Cup was established in 1893
Chris Chelios is the oldest active NHL player who has not won a Stanley Cup. Chelios plays for the Detroit Red Wings.
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every player on the team that won the Stanley Cup finals gets to hold the Cup. it starts with the captain, who then normally passes it off to a veteran, who then passes it off to the player that steps out from the crowd and so forth.
1989 Calgary Flames
Buffalo has never won a Stanley Cup since the team's inception in 1970.
Mark Messier is so far the only NHL player to win the Stanley Cup as Captain of two different teams, the Oilers and Rangers.
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the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.
Athough a great player, he never won a Stanley Cup.
In the 1955 Stanley Cup Finals, Larry Hillman (Detroit Red Wings) became the youngest player to be engraved on the Stanley Cup at 18 years, 2 months, 9 days. Gaye Stewart held the previous record in 1942 at 18 years, 9 months, and 21 days.
Corey Perry and Scott Niedermayer have won golds at the Olympics, the World Championships and the World Junior Championships as well as a Stanley Cup, a Memorial Cup and a World Cup of Hockey.
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