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Some Stanley Cup Facts...

  • The Stanley Cup was crafted in Sheffield, England
  • Is the most famous trophy in the sporting world
  • Is 110 years old
  • Is the oldest trophy competed for by professional athletes
  • Logged more than 400,000 miles in travel during the past five seasons
  • Has raised more than $4 million for charity the past three seasons
  • Was first presented in 1893
  • Each winning player and team management member gets to take the Cup home for a day to share with family and friends
  • Was crafted in Sheffield, England
  • Was purchased for 10 guineas ($48.67 at the time) in 1892
  • Weighs 35 pounds and stands just under three feet in height       CONTINUED...
Stanley Cup Facts Continued...

Is the only trophy in all of sport that is passed along from player to player the summer their team wins it. Some of the situations that the Stanley Cup has experienced include:

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Art Ross Trophy

1922-23  Babe Dye
1924-25  Babe Dye
1928-29  Ace Bailey
1931-32  Harvey Jackson
1933-34  Charlie Conacher
1934-35  Charlie Conacher
1937-38  Gordie Drillon

Hart Memorial Trophy (MVP)

1943-44  Babe Pratt
1954-55  Ted Kennedy

Vezina Trophy

1940-41  Turk Broda
1947-48  Turk Broda
1950-51  Al Rollins
1953-53  Harry Lumley
1960-61  Johnny Bower
1964-65  Terry Sawchuk, Johnny Bower


1936-37  Syl Apps
1942-43  Gaye Stewart
1943-44  Gus Bodnar
1944-45  Frank McCool
1946-47  Howie Meeker
1957-58  Frank Mahovlich
1962-63  Kent Douglas
1965-66  Brit Selby

Lady Byng

1931-32  Joe Primeau
1937-38  Gordie Drillon
1941-42  Syl Apps
1951-52  Sid Smith
1954-55  Sid Smith
1960-61  Red Kelly
1962-63  Dave Keon

Conn Smythe

1966-67  Dave Keon


1992-93  Doug Gilmour

Jack Adams

1992-93  Pat Burns
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Name scratched out - "Basil Pocklington," father of former Edmonton Oilers owner, Peter, put his dad's name on the Stanley Cup in 1983/84; today, on the Cup, one can see a series of "Xs" over his name

There is only one Stanley Cup -- authenticated by the seal of the Hockey Hall of Fame in the bottom of the Cup; this seal can be seen when winning players lift the Cup over their heads

There is a second version of the Stanley Cup that remains in the Hall of Fame, which never travels, and is used for display purposes only at the Hall when the Stanley Cup is traveling; this Cup is perfect and has no misspells

Places that the Stanley Cup has visited: Czech Republic, Sweden, Russia, Finland, Japan, Switzerland, the Bahamas

Other interesting towns/cities that the Cup has visited: Fishing Lake, AB -- a Native reservation of the Metis Nation four hours from Edmonton; Anchorage, Alaska with Scott Gomez; Wawa, Ontario with Chris Simon

The Stanley Cup has climbed Mt. Elbert in Colorado - 14,433 feet

As a player, Henri Richard has won the most Stanley Cups with 11

Overall, no one's name appears on the Stanley Cup more than Jean Beliveau. He has 17: 10 as a player and 7 as management

In addition to the players' names and teams' names that have won the Stanley Cup, there are two other phrases on the upper bowl of the Stanley Cup. One side says: "Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup" and the other side says: "From Stanley Of Preston".

To have one's name engraved on the Stanley Cup certain requirements must be met. A player must have at least 41 games played with the club or one game played in the Stanley Cup Finals. However, in 1994 a stipulation was added to allow a team to petition the Commissioner for permission to have players' names put on the Cup if extenuating circumstances prevented them from being available to play.

Is the only trophy in professional sports that has the names of winning players, coaches, management and club staff engraved on the silver chalice

There are 2,116 names on the Stanley Cup as of May, 2002

Has been won a record 24 times by the Montreal Canadiens and a record 11 times by Henri Richard of Montreal

In the summer of 1997, the Stanley Cup traveled to Russia for the first time in its history. It was accompanied by Russian members of the Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings, including Slava Fetisov, Slava Kozlov and Igor Larionov

In the spring of 1999, the Stanley Cup was among a list of Hollywood celebrities invited to take part in the 5K Celebrity Run Walk in Los Angeles for Women's Cancer Research

Travels 250 days per year

Has appeared on talk shows, including Late Show with David Letterman, Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Meet the Press with Tim Russert, Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Late Night with Conan O'Brien

It takes 13 years to fill the ring of the Stanley Cup with names of winners

There currently are three years left in the bottom ring; after the 2002 Stanley Cup Finals, there will be two years left

One ring has been retired at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto

Names misspelled on the Stanley Cup -- Adam Deadmarsh was spelled Deadmarch -- but later was changed; the only misspelled name to be corrected

Some other misspells on the Cup that never have been corrected: Jacques Plante's name has been misspelled five times, (incl. "Jocko," "Jack" and "Plant"); Bob Gainey was spelled "Gainy" when he was a player for Montreal in the 70s; Ted Kennedy was spelled "Kennedyy" in the 40s; New York Islanders was spelled "Ilanders" in 1980/81; the Toronto Maple Leafs was spelled "Leaes" in 1962/63; the Boston Bruins was spelled "Bqstqn" in 1972
Being a guest of George Bush's and Bill Clinton's at the White House
Appearing as guest on Late Show with David Letterman
Being invited to opening day at Yankee Stadium
Being a guest at the Kremlin in Moscow
Being invited to opening ceremonies at Luzhniki Stadium in Russia
Being used as a baptismal font
Made an historic visit to an Aboriginal Metis Settlement
Photo credit: "(c) 1992, 1996
Doug MacLellan"
Photo credit: "(c) 1992, 1996
Doug MacLellan"