Cup continues to get around

It’s been another busy week for the Stanley Cup, which has been paraded through Hermosa Beach by Jarret Stoll, presented to Manhattan Beach police and firefighters by Dustin Brown and has been the center of attention at more parties than any socialite. It’s also been on something of a media tour the last couple days, with trips to local TV studios and to the office of the Los Angeles Times. Yesterday, Brown took the Cup to the premier of the Amazing Spider-Man movie (and, assuming he was able to bring his older kids, secured ”Dad of the Year” honors) and then it ended up at Tim Leiweke’s house for a party. Before that, the Cup made a very special trip to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where Brown and members of the Kings’ management team and broadcast teams, plus Bailey, made it a special afternoon for many young patients.

Here are a couple looks, followed by KingsVision videos from the events in Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach. More events are in the works, and the public events will be publicized. Once again, many of these events are private. If you attempt to crash a player’s event, thinking you’re going to party with the Cup, it probably won’t end well for you. I will continue to pass along all the public events as they become known…

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