St. Louis Blues Star Makes Italian Dinner In The Stanley Cup

 

The NHL has one of the coolest traditions in sports: Every player who wins the Stanley Cup gets to spend an entire day with the trophy. Over the years, the Stanley Cup has been used to baptize a baby, been taken tubing, and has had plenty of people chug champagne from it.

St. Louis Blues forward Robby Fabbri got his day with Lord Stanley's Cup and decided to serve some food out of it. He brought it his hometown of Mississauga, Ontario, where he threw a big party at his grandmother's house. The main course was an old family recipe of pasta and meatballs, but instead of using regular bowls and plates to serve the food, he filled up the Stanley Cup and let his family and friends enjoy a meal from the trophy.

His two dogs even got a chance to eat from the Cup, recreating the iconic scene from Lady and the Tramp while they chowed down on some spaghetti.

 

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