Following the Cup: Where the Bruins will bring the trophy

DJ Bean
July 06, 2011 - 6:40 pm

In case you lived under a rock during the playoffs or missed Patrice Bergeron's chant prior to the team's parade, the Bruins got the Cup. Now it's just a matter of where they bring it. The Hockey Hall of Fame has done updates on the location of the Cup twice a week, with the most recent one coming Tuesday in the form of a post on Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, who had the Cup over the weekend and has since passed it along to Doug Houda. The assistant coach brought the Cup to Montana. The players will also get time with the historic trophy, sharing it with friends and family. Per the Canadian Press, here's where some of the Bruins will bring the Cup: Nathan Horton: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Tomas Kaberle: Kladno, Czech Republic David Krejci: Sternberk, Czech Republic Zdeno Chara: Trencin, Slovakia Tuukka Rask: Savonlinna, Finland Shawn Thornton: Oshawa, Ontario Daniel Paille: Welland, Ontario Rich Peverley: Guelph, Ontario Gregory Campbell: Tillsonburg, Ontario Tyler Seguin: Brampton, Ontario Marc Savard: Peterborough, Ontario Chris Kelly: Ottawa, Ontario Patrice Bergeron: Quebec City, Quebec Mark Recchi: Kamloops, British Columbia Milan Lucic: Vancouver, British Columbia Shane Hnidy: Neepawa, Manitoba Johnny Boychuk: Edmonton, Alberta Adam McQuaid: Prince Edward Island Brad Marchand: Nova Scotia Michael Ryder: Newfoundland Tim Thomas: Flint, Mich. A couple of Bruins are missing there, so it's far from a complete list. Check back for more updates on the many stops the Cup will take this summer.