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Stanley Cup in Kelowna

Cup fever...The Stanley Cup made an quick appearance in Kelowna Tuesday evening. As part of a promotion at a local tire store, a lucky few got to have their pictures taken with the holy grail of hockey, including Canucks fans Jen and Jason Heath of Kelowna They brought their 10-month-old son Kesler to pose with the cup before hurrying home to catch game seven of the Canucks first round playoff series with Chicago. - Alistair Waters/Capital News
Cup fever...The Stanley Cup made an quick appearance in Kelowna Tuesday evening. As part of a promotion at a local tire store, a lucky few got to have their pictures taken with the holy grail of hockey, including Canucks fans Jen and Jason Heath of Kelowna They brought their 10-month-old son Kesler to pose with the cup before hurrying home to catch game seven of the Canucks first round playoff series with Chicago.
— image credit: Alistair Waters/Capital News

The Stanley Cup made an quick appearance in Kelowna Tuesday evening. As part of a promotion at a local tire store, a lucky few got to have their pictures taken with the holy grail of hockey, including Canucks fans Jen and Jason Heath of Kelowna They brought their 10-month-old son Kesler to pose with the cup before hurrying home to catch game seven of the Canucks first round playoff series with Chicago.

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