A championship ring given to the players and staff of the Stanley Cup winning team.
Montreal Canadians is the best team in Canada because of the number of Stanley cups that they have is higher then any other Canadian team.
Team Canada doesn't play in the NHL
No if your from Canada you have to play for the Canada team and if your from Russia you had to play for Russia
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yes some players are from Canada but the team isn't
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.
The Stanley Cup is named after Frederick Arthur Lord Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, not "Sir Stanley". He was Governor General of Canada from 1888 to 1893. He is best known for donating the Stanley Cup as a challenge cup to be awarded annually to the best amateur hockey team in Canada.
The Stanley Cup was named after Lord Stanley of Preston, the then Governor General Of CanadaThe Stanley Cup is a trophy awarded to the champion team of the National Hockey League. In 1892 , Lord Stanley gave a trophy to be awarded to the top amateur hockey team in Canada. By the early 1900's, it was being played for by professional leagues in Canada. Since 1926 no other league has played for the Cup but the NHL, and while ostensibly "looked after" by a Board of Trustees, it is for all intents and purposes the property of the NHL and awarded each year to the playoff champions of the NHL.
Each member of a Stanley Cup winning team will get one full day during which they will have sole possession of the Stanley Cup.
Lord Stanley came to Canada from England after he was appointed the Governor General of Canada in 1888. He became a fan of hockey and he purchased a decrotice punch bowl that was intended to be awarded to the top amateur hockey team in Canada. Lord Stanley never saw a Stanley cup championship game, nor did he ever present the Cup.
The last Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup was the Montreal Canadians, during the 1992,93 season.
The Stanley Cup was named after Frederick Arthur Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, Governor General of Canada from 1888 - 1893, who donated it as a challenge Cup to be awarded annually to the best amateur hockey team in Canada.
One of the players on the Lakers team is Bryant
zero Ottawa senators played on the mens 2010 hockey team for Canada
there is no NFL team in Canada
Yes, the players and staff of the winning team traditionally get championship rings.
when the players of the team who won don't have it it's in the hockey hall of fame in Toronto
Players don't get paid anything for winning the Stanley Cup (or for any games in the playoffs) unless their contract specifies that the team would pay a bonus for winning it. This would be negotiated between the player's agent and the team along with the rest of the stipulations in the contract.
NHL players only receive extra money for winning the Stanley Cup if they have an incentive clause in their contract. For instance, they might make an extra 20,000$ if they make the playoffs, and an extra 100,000$ if they win the Stanley Cup.
= Frederick Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby bought the Stanley Cup to present it to the "best" hockey team playing in Canada. It was first awarded to the winner of the NHL in 1917. =
The Montreal Canadiens, they have the most Stanley Cup wins
Your name is engraved on the Stanley Cup when the team you play for wins the National Hockey League championship for a season.