Justin Schultz to bring Stanley Cup to West Kelowna

Ex-West Kelowna Warrior and current Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman will bring trophy to Royal LePage Place on Thursday, July 28

Justin Schultz will be at Royal LePage Place Thursday with the Stanley Cup.

Hockey fans will have a chance to view the Stanley Cup when Justin Schultz brings it for a hometown visit next week.

The West Kelowna Warriors alumni and Pittsburgh Penguins defrenceman will show off the NHL’s championship trophy Thursday, July 28 at Royal LePage Place from 1 to 3 p.m.

The public is invited to view the cup, get Justin’s autograph and enjoy some refreshments.

There will be opportunities for the public to have photos taken with Justin and the Stanley Cup, however, attendees are encouraged to plan for group pictures as it is anticipated there may not be enough time for individual photos.

A limited number of pictures of Justin will be available and attendees are encouraged to bring their own memorabilia for autographs.



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