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Dustin Brown, the Stanley Cup and scoops of frozen yogurt

Dustin Brown, captain of the NHL champion Los Angeles Kings, took the Stanley Cup on a tour of Ithaca, N.Y., on Sunday, visiting some of his favorite places.

Among the stops were Ithaca High, the fire department, a favorite restaurant and a frozen yogurt shop that is run by his brother-in-law.

There are a handful of videos on NHL.com, including a private viewing at Brown’s house, where his children recognize the Cup as he opens the case but aren’t sure what to make of it once Brown brings it into the house.

The Stanley Cup is always a big draw when the players share it with family and friends.

The fact that it can be used as a community yogurt bowl: priceless.

At least I don’t think they were charging by the scoop.


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