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Players use the Stanley Cup as a snack bowl.

 

Players use the Stanley Cup as a snack bowl.



When a team wins the Stanley Cup, every team member gets to keep it for 24 hours.

As long as the watcher or trustee permits it, the players can do whatever they like with the Cup.

Since the Cup is actually a punch bowl, many players use it to hold drinks and snacks.

Some treats enjoyed from the trophy include champagne, chicken wings, cereal, and ice cream.

The Stanley Cup is named after Lord Stanley of Preston, the 1892 Governor General of Canada. He purchased the decorative cup in London for 10 guineas (around $50 at the time). Stanley donated the cup to award Canada’s top amateur hockey club after he and his family became infatuated with the sport at Montreal’s 1889 Winter Carnival; it was first awarded to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association (or MAAA) in 1893

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