On July 5th, Dave Marin, Capitals Assistant Equipment Manager, had his day with the Stanley Cup in Arlington, Virginia. (Reminder, you can find the latest schedule of dates for Capitals players “day with the Stanley Cup” right here.)
According to Phil Pritchard, “Keeper of the Cup”, Marin and his wife, Rachel, began a relaxing day at home with the Stanley Cup with photos around home, including one with their 10 week old daughter, Brynn, sitting in the Cup.
Dave Marin, Capitals Assistant Equipment Manager, and his wife, Rachel, begin a relaxing day with the #StanleyCup and their 10 week old daughter, Brynn. (Arlington, VA) @Capitals @NHL @HockeyHallFame pic.twitter.com/hYROYyN0Tl
— Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) July 5, 2018
According to NHL.com, Marin, who has been with the Capitals the past 10 seasons, spent the beginning of his day with his wife Rachel and the Capitals jersey-clad infant at their home in Alexandria, Virginia.
According to the Capitals, Marin splits his duties between assisting the Capitals equipment staff with the day-to-day equipment and locker room maintenance, and serving as the visiting dressing room manager. Marin manages the visiting team equipment upon arrival and assists the visiting team’s equipment manager with all of his needs while in town.
Prior to joining the Capitals, Marin spent two years as assistant equipment manager with the Columbia Inferno of the ECHL. He and his wife, Rachel, reside in Arlington, Va.
Marin, an Arlington native, was the fourth member of the Capitals to spend his day with the Cup in the Washington area.
By Jon Sorensen