Two days after Craig “Woody” Leydig took the NHL’s championship trophy on a tour around Annapolis, Maryland, assistant equipment manager Dave Marin had his day with the Stanley Cup in Arlington, Virginia.
Marin started his day off by taking a photo with this 10-week-old daughter Brynn and his wife Rachel.
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
This is adorable.
The next high profile stop for the Stanley Cup will be Russia, where Caps captain Alex Ovechkin will bring the Stanley Cup to Moscow on July 7.
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