Stanley Cup bound for Saskatoon
Jarret Stoll of the Los Angeles Kings is still reflecting on his team's championship-winning playoff run.
"A lot of long games and long series and great series. It was fun hockey to watch, I'm sure, and it was fun hockey to play."
Those long series paid off, and now Stoll is getting a chance to bring the Stanley Cup back to his home province for a visit.
He'll be taking the Cup to Saskatoon's Kiwanis Memorial Park North between 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday. People will be able to take pictures with the trophy provided they bring their own camera.
Stoll is also encouraging people to bring a donation for the Jarret Stoll Patient Comfort Endowment Fund for Children and their families at Royal University Hospital.
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