Jul 1, 2011 12:03 AM by Katy Harris (KAJ News)
WHITEFISH- One of the most prized possessions in the National Hockey League is coming to Whitefish. The Stanley Cup will be at the Ice Den on Tuesday for the public to see.
The trophy is being flow in from California by one of its proud new owners, Boston Bruins coach Doug Houda who will accompany the cup to Whitefish. He is coming to Montana for vacation and spend time with local NHL great Murray Craven.
The Stanley Cup has over 2,000 sand names engraved on it from winning teams.
"This is your screen saver on your computer. If you're a hockey fan this is your screen saver on your phone. This is your chance to get a picture with the cup. Even if you're not a hockey fan, just the prestige and history behind it is pretty impressive," said Recreation Facilities Manager Andy Hergesheimer.
Professional photos will be offered and you can see the iconic trophy from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday.