HEY CAL U COMMUNITY!
THE STANLEY CUP IS COMING THROUGH OUR CAMPUS!
As part of the Kraft HockeyvilleTM USA 2017 activities…
The National Hockey League Stanley Cup Championship Trophy
will ride through campus on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st between 9:15 – 9:30 a.m.
Be on the sidewalks of the main street (Third Street) from the beginning of campus to the Convocation Center for a chance to see the Pittsburgh Penguins back-to-back Stanley Cup Championship Trophy!
You can also see The Cup at the Public Viewing at the Rostraver Ice Garden from 12 noon – 2:30 p.m.
You can also see The Cup at the Public Viewing at the Rostraver Ice Garden from
12 noon – 2:30 p.m.
Lord Stanley's Cup was crafted out of silver and nickel alloy in Sheffield, England and presented for the first time in 1893.
It tips the scales at 35 pounds, stands three feet tall, and is named in honor for its first owner, Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, Lord Stanley of Preston.
The National Hockey League first presented the Stanley Cup as the ultimate prize in 1927, and as the oldest and greatest trophy in professional sports, the rest as they say, is history.