Stanley Cup Comes to Surrey Today


Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 — 7:58am PST
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Chicago Blackhawks’ center Colin Fraser is bringing the Stanley Cup to his hometown of Surrey, BC today.

Stanley Cup in Surrey

It’s tradition for each member of the winning team to tour their hometowns and show off their prize. This afternoon the City of Surrey has setup a special event for the Fraser’s arrival with the Cup at Central City.

Where Central City Plaza, 13450 102 Ave [Google Map]
When 12:00pm until 3:00pm

Chicago Blackhawk and Native Son Colin Fraser Brings Stanley Cup to Surrey
Photo credit: Susan Gittins on Flickr

This is a free family event with live music, a BBQ, and the Stanley Cup being unveiled at 12:30pm. There will also be drop-in street hockey for kids ages 6-12.

Although Fraser has since been traded to the Edmonton Oilers, he’ll always be able to come home to Surrey. Head out there if you can to congratulate him on his efforts and to see the Stanley Cup in person.

Update There will be a parade in Delta/Tsawwassen tomorrow as fellow Blackhawk Brent Seabrook hosts a celebration in his hometown. Teammate Andrew Ladd will also be having an event in Maple Ridge.

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