7/10 Derek Repucci – Rochester, NH
Cup will be at the Rochester Arena on Sunday, July 10th from 11am to 12:30pm. The Cup is on a very tight schedule so viewing will end promptly at 12:30. Those still in line will see Derek bring the cup past as he departs for the next stop. Admission will be a donation of a minimum of $5 per person to benefit St. Charles Children's Home here in Rochester.
7/11 Scott Waugh – Norwell, MA http://www.tauntongazette.com/archiv...#ixzz1Rc5rrS4d
Hingham native Scott Waugh, physical therapist for the Boston Bruins, gets his day with the Stanley Cup on Monday. He’ll spend much of the day showing it off to patients at South Shore and Mass. General hospitals, but Waugh is also giving fans a chance to see and be photographed with the Cup at the Norwell branch of Sports & Physical Therapy Associates, a company he co-owns. The Stanley Cup will be at SPTA at 45 Pond St. from 4-6 p.m., and there’s no charge to get a look at it.
7/15 Don Sweeney will have the Cup today - plans unknown.
7/17 Nathan Horton – Dunnville, Ontario http://www.dunnvillechronicle.com/Ar...aspx?e=3201950
So far, a parade, live music and children's play area are already in the works for the big day, scheduled for Sunday July 17 at Central Park.
"We want to get a float inviting everyone who has a Boston Bruins shirt to come out. This town needs to be decorated in black and yellow," said Chymko.
Chymko did add that people will be able to have their picture taken with the Stanley Cup for a donation of $5 to the Dunnville Hospital and Healthcare Foundation – an idea proposed by Horton himself.
7/18 DVD Premier - Boston
7/20 Tomas Kaberle – Kladno, Czech Republic http://czechhockeyreport.blogspot.co...-republic.html
František Kaberle: "The Stanley Cup should first be seen on the athletic field in (nearby village) Velká Dobrá, then an event will definitely take place at Kladno's Sletišti Stadium. In the evening, it will then be at a private party."
7/21 David Krejci Šternberk, Czech Republic http://czechhockeyreport.blogspot.co...-republic.html
"We are negotiating with city management to use the main square in Šternberk for a celebration for local residents and supporters," informed František Tausch of Global Management Group, the agency that represents Krejčí. "In the evening, David will have his private celebration. The boys have a deal that they will participate in all events together. David will be at Tomáš's party, and the second day they reverse roles."
The Welland native also is expected to take the Cup to Welland Arena, the most likely venue for fans to have their pictures taken with Paille, one of two Welland Minor Hockey Association graduates on the first Boston Bruins team to capture an NHL championship since 1972.
Attention Brampton Hockey Fans! Bramptonian TYLER SEGUIN (now a Boston Bruin) is 'BRINGING HOME THE STANLEY CUP to BRAMPTON! Date: Sunday, July 31, 2011 Time 10:30 AM - 12 Noon Location: Chinguacousy Park BRAMPTON
Meet Tyler Seguin and see the Stanley Cup
Celebrate Brampton’s own Stanley Cup champion Tyler Seguin as he brings the Cup home! Sunday, July 31, 10:45 am to 12 noon, Chinguacousy Park (Former Band Shell Location) Rain Location: Fire Life Safety Centre
Lord Stanley to visit the island again.
Boston Bruins President and Hall of Famer Cam Neely will be bringing the Stanley Cup to the MV Arena on Wed. Aug. 10 for 1 1/2 hours, for the public to view and take pictures with. Time and details will be posted soon.
8/11 Travel day to BC
8/12 Cam Neely, Maple Ridge, BC
8/13 Mark Recchi – Kamloops
8/14 Milan Lucic – Vancouver - no public events planned http://www.wfmz.com/sports/28476288/detail.html
"I'll take (the Stanley Cup) to my high school with my high school buddies there, then the rink where I started playing and then take it up to Grouse Mountain," Lucic said.
In the afternoon, between 2:30 and 6:30 p.m., the trophy will be made available to the public at The Baron Bar and Grill (1266 Tower St.). For a minimum donation of $10 to Miracle Flights for Kids Canada – a charity which supplies low-income sick children with flights for medical treatment in distant locations – people can have their picture taken with the Cup. People can use their own camera, or for a small additional charge, an on-site professional photographer sponsored by Belfor Canada will provide a glossy print.
update: We have confirmed the hours and the cost! The Stanley Cup will be at the Baron from 2:30 PM – 6:30 PM and the cost will be $10.00 per photo. You can use your own camera, or let us take your photo for $20.00. Photos will be available for pick up on site, immediately.
The Winterhawks are hosting a Stanley Cup visit downtown at Pioneer Square on Wednesday, August 17, where fans will have the chance to see the Cup up close. The event will run from approximately Noon – 1:30 p.m. Fans can begin taking part in the activities and lining up to see the Cup at 11:30 a.m.
Bruins assistant equipment manager Jim “Beets” Johnson, a native of Virginia, Minn., has arranged for his “day” with the Cup for Aug. 21 and is bringing it to his adopted hometown of Ketchum, according to Johnson’s former Sun Valley Suns teammate Glenn Hunter of The Suns Foundation Inc.
At Johnson’s request, Hunter said the Stanley Cup will be displayed at a public function at which donations will be accepted for Sun Valley Youth Hockey. People attending will be able to get their photographs taken with the Stanley Cup, Hunter said.
9/5 Andrew Ference - Boston
Tues 9/6 - Shawn Thornton, Boston
Wed 9/7 - Claude Julien, Lexington, MA
Thur 9/8 - Cam Neely (Cup Hog), Boston
Fri 9/9 - Ryan Nadeau (Director of Hockey Administration), Taunton, MA
Sat 9/10 - Harry Sindon (sic, c'mon NESN), Winchester, MA
In tewksbury. Line is huge and the lot is full. Park accross the. Street if u darre
My hubby and kids are there now- three hour wait, and they've been there for over an hour and a half! At least, that's the last I heard a half and hour ago. They said it is crazy there, lots of people in line, hard to find parking.
We would have gone tomorrow to Rochester, but we have to be in Charleston, NH at 2 PM tomorrow and wouldn't be able to make it in time.
I wonder why Seidenberg isn't taking it to Germany? What's up with Ferrence?
Because nobody would care over here. It was funny to see Nowitzki and Seidenberg pretty much at the same time in the respective finals, media/casual sports fan attention ratio 100:1. Don't think Uwe Krupp brought it over either back in 96.
I live in Tewksbury - a ton of friends waiting in line as we speak. All saying the same thing...don't even bother. Line is a disaster apparently.
I overheard a cop saying they completely underestimated how many people were going to be there. I got there at 8 and was about 200 deep. Not too long later it got INSANE. The wait wasn't too bad. We got out at about 10:45. Once we got inside they started yelling at people to keep moving. I wanted to kiss it, but mid camera flash they'd have someone else come up, so I just did a regular pic to go faster. It was really annoying, but completely worth it. I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
Wow- my family was second to last to get in, then they closed the doors. I feel bad for the other people who waited but didn't get in. It was REALLY crowded there- they didn't anticipate so many people going to this. That makes me feel good to know they had such a great turnout, though. Good luck to Rochester tomorrow!
update on the Kensington appearance:
Also posted on the Kensington town website is the following: PLEASE BRING YOUR ID. THIS IS A PRIVATE EVENT FOR KENSINGTON RESIDENTS. This is not mentioned in the article.
I got into the TCC "cup room" right around noon, I got in line around 9:15 with my son. Was chatting pretty much all the time with a few folks around me.
Dave (Old Time Hockey sign, Eddie Shore Winter Classic jersey, and artificial playoff beard) and family were awesome; and his wife has a nice B's tattoo she got on her foot
And Joe right in front of me - if you're reading this Joe, welcome! - and I took pics for each other, as we were told the staff there was too rushed and some pics came out badly.
It was great to meet them, had a great time in line chatting.
Finally: major props to Keith Robinson, equipment manager, who helped arrange this day. He was at the front of the room thanking folks for coming by. The charity was his choice, and a fine choice it was. A fine gentleman as well!
I wonder why Seidenberg isn't taking it to Germany? What's up with Ferrence?
I don't think Seids goes back to Germany at all - IIRC he has said he hasn't been back in years. His home is in the U.S. now (Florida, I think).
Ference spends most of his time in Boston. They have a house in British Columbia but he has said they consider going to Canada now more a vacation and Boston as home. I read somewhere that he may just keep the Cup in Boston on his day, that he hadn't decided for sure.