On August 22, former Capitals head coach Barry Trotz will host his day with the Stanley Cup in his home town of Dauphin, Manitoba.
According to the Dauphin Kings, a team that Trotz was both general manager and head coach of in 1985, the day will begin at 12:30 PM with a parade. Pictures with Trotz and the Stanley Cup will be available at Credit Union Place between 1 and 5 PM, and cost $2 each, with the aim of raising money to give back to the local community. Trotz will match the proceeds raised up to $75,000.
— Dauphin Kings (@dauphinkings) July 31, 2018
A hot dog sale, 50/50, and raffle table will also be available at the event.
From 5 PM until 6 PM, for fans able to splash out a little more, they can donate $1000 for a limited meet and greet with Trotz and the Cup. That price tag will include access to a silent auction, food and drink, autographs, and pictures. Each ticket will cover two people, with 40 pairs available.
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