The Stanley Cup is at the Brandt Centre for today as part of the Memorial Cup celebration.
The cup is open for pictures for fans, along with many other artifacts from the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Cup handler Phil Pritchard says the cup has many stories through it’s travels.
“Whether we are in Saskatchewan trying to water-ski with Mike Babcock, or whether we’re in Finland with Teemu Selanne going to a sauna party, or whether we’re on the ocean fishing, or whatever it might be,” Pritchard says. “I think if it could talk it would be a best-seller.”
Regina school students took part in a school tour this morning as part of the festivities.
Noah Hadwen is a grade six student at MacNeill Elementary School. He says it’s a great experience to take part in.
“It’s pretty cool because this is like a once in a lifetime opportunity.”
While the Memorial Cup celebrates it’s 100th anniversary this year, the Stanley Cup also passes a milestone, as it celebrates 125 years this season.