After spending the day in Maryland on Monday with Chris Patrick, the Stanley Cup returned to the Commonwealth of Virginia for a day with Rob and Tiffany Tilliotson in Alexandria, Virginia. Rob is the Capitals’ Director of Team Operations.
First and foremost, fear not, for the Cup was well guarded during its time in NoVa. It looks like Marley has everything under control at the Tollitson’s place.
— Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) July 17, 2018
After spending some time with Marley and the Tillotson’s, the Stanley Cup was off to visit folks in the fire and rescue community. First stop, the heliport.
United States Park Police
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Fairfax County Fire Station 10
The Stanley Cup also made a visit to Fairfax County Fire Station (4)10.
Cortez Restaurant and Rooftop Bar
The Stanley Cup closed out the day with a few familiar faces downtown at the Cortez Rooftop Bar.