Stanley Cup in China — Conclusion

The Stanley Cup started its journey in China on September 9, 2018 and continued to travel to various destinations.  The Keeper of the Cup, Philip Pritchard, documented the proceedings via Twitter. (Part 1 of China trip is here.)

On September 11, the Stanley Cup was taken to Hong Kong.  Pritchard traveled across China on a high-speed train to Hong Kong.

After reaching Hong Kong, Pritchard showed two pictures of the Cup overlooking the city.

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September 12 was a visit to international schools in Hong Kong.

On September 13, there was pictures from the China Games.

At night, he journeyed with the Cup via the Star Ferry which goes from island to island.

On September 15, Alex Tanguay and Lanny McDonald, former NHLers, shared stories with kids in China about the Cup.

On September 16, Mr Zhou and his 1979 teammates share a moment with the Stanley Cup in Beijing.

After that, Pritchard brought the Stanley Cup back home to North America in time for the Kraft Hockeyville Game in Lucan, Ontario.

By Diane Doyle

ADDITIONAL IMAGES FROM CHINA

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The one and only #stanleycup 🏒 🏆 #0912

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Hanging with the #stanleycup first NHL game

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About Diane Doyle

Been a Caps fan since November 1975 when attending a game with my then boyfriend and now husband.
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