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Stanley Cup makes stop in Duluth on Wednesday

Northland hockey fans will have a chance to have their photos taken with the Stanley Cup as the iconic trophy makes a stop in Duluth on Wednesday. As reported in the News Tribune last week, the Cup is making a return visit to Duluth thanks to Dul...

Northland hockey fans will have a chance to have their photos taken with the Stanley Cup as the iconic trophy makes a stop in Duluth on Wednesday.

As reported in the News Tribune last week, the Cup is making a return visit to Duluth thanks to Duluth resident and three-time Minnesota Duluth All-American Norm Maciver, who is assistant general manager for the National Hockey League champion Chicago Blackhawks. Each member of the team gets a day with the Cup.

It will be on display for the general public from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Amsoil Arena. Admission and parking that day will be free. The Cup will be on display in the concourse and fans are to enter via Entrance E, also known as the "Ice Cube" lobby.

There is a suggested $5 donation for photos taken with the Stanley Cup with the money going to the Be the Match Bone Marrow Donor Program, Breast Cancer Research and Awareness (in honor of breast cancer and transplant survivors associated with the Bulldogs hockey programs ) and UMD hockey scholarships.

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