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Milan Lukic of the Boston Bruins was part of the lineup that recently captured the Stanley Cup. On Aug. 15, he brought the NHL trophy to a Serbian Orthodox Church in Vancouver. Hundreds of fans met with him there.

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Soon after the Cup arrived, he hoisted it out of its case and carried it through the airport to Carnegie's car. He was already running late to his first stop at the Serbian Orthodox Church in his native East Vancouver, but Lucic smiled as he briskly walked toward the parking lot and allowed every passerby an opportunity to get a quick glance at the famous silver trophy.


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Re: Boston Bruins player takes Stanley Cup to Serbian church in Vancouver
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2012, 01:54:25 PM »
I think the way they carry Lord Stanley's Cup around like that among the general public is just awesome :)
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