Stanley Cup falls over in St. John’s and acquires giant dent

The Stanley Cup, visiting Newfoundland and Labrador with Boston Bruin Michael Ryder, was about to be flown by chopper from St. John’s to Bonavista when the unthinkable occurred: the table holding the cup collapsed and it fell to the ground. Though the new dent is sizeable and not very subtle, it’s only another bit of ‘character’ as Ryder explained. Indeed, the Stanley Cup has been through a lot over the years – just take a look at the Top 10 Stanley Cup stories to get a clear idea. In the meantime, video of yesterday’s fall can be found by clicking the link below.

Source: CTV

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