Losing your balance and tripping doesn't begin to explain the big damage done to this Cup. You don't rip and bend a large portion of the cup by accidently falling. There is far more to this story, but I am sure it will never come out truthfully, so chalk it up to drunkeness behavior and a total lack of respect for a Cup that many young men play hard for the right to raise above their heads. If the CHL is going to allow players to take it home, they better ship a guard with it, or keep it in the custody of the team with hopefully some responsible Coach, A/Coach or GM to watch over it.
Posted on Jul 25, 2012, 8:00 PM
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