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Of course, no trip to Russia would be complete without a trip to Red Square. Ovechkin, obviously aware of this, showed up to the iconic setting unprompted with the Cup.
It’s not certain what the most expensive thing that has been eaten out of the mug bit of the Stanley Cup — cereal, expensive booze, etc., has all made its way into the bowl — but we’ll assume filling it with caviar is right up there.
Kempny’s hometown of Hodonin was treated to a good time in the Cup’s first foray into the eastern portion of the country.
Of course, the Cup got to ride shotgun again as Kempny head to his hometown rink for a meetup with fans and a Q&A.
The Cup wasn’t done in the Czech Republic after Kempny’s time with it, however.
Hockey’s holy grail then headed to the nation’s capital of Prague to see Jakub Vrana.
And, of course, mom and dad got their chance.
The Cup tour will take a much-needed break this week as it makes it’s way back to domestic soil. In two week’s time, Stanley will visit Minnesota and North Dakota, including time spent with Matt Niskanen and T.J. Oshie.
Lord Stanley’s itinerary can be found here.