The Stanley Cup will make a public appearance in Sarnia this Friday

Given that the St. Louis Blues have very few Michigan ties, the Stanley Cup’s visit to Sarnia, Ontario on Friday may be the closest Stanley gets to Detroit this summer.

The Sarnia Journal has the details of the Cup’s public appearance schedule on Friday:

Hockey’s greatest prize will be on display at Limbo Lounge on Friday, July 26 thanks to a pair of Sarnia natives, St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong and amateur scout Dan Ginnell.

Clinton, Ont. native Ryan O’Reilly is also bringing the Conn Smythe Trophy he won as the playoff’s most valuable player.

The trophies will be on hand at 196 Christina St. North from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

All are welcome. Photos with the cup are $5. All proceeds support Sarnia minor hockey. For more call the Sarnia Sting Box Office at 519-541-1717 or Limbo Lounge at 519-344-6037.

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