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Buy your own Stanley Cup

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The NHL Shop is now selling two-foot tall replicas of the Stanley Cup for $225 USD. It comes with an NHL tablecloth, a pair of those awesome gloves the Cup handlers always wear and a crate for it.

http://shop.nhl.com/product/index.jsp?prod...dy_bestsell_img

Utter glee!

--Roger "Time?" Clemente.

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^ Agreed, if I'm going to fork out hundreds of dollars for this thing, I want it accurate to the finest detail, all the names, teams, dates and other trademark details the Cup holds

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Nice replica!

But as far as I can watch on that image, the cup hasn't any name on it.

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You could probably take it to a local jeweller or trophy shop and have them engrave all the names you want into it. With that in mind, it would be perfect for one of those hockey tournaments you and your friends do every once in a while, whether it's ice hockey, road/street hockey, table hockey, air hockey, or even video game hockey.

--Roger "Time?" Clemente.

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^ Agreed, if I'm going to fork out hundreds of dollars for this thing, I want it accurate to the finest detail, all the names, teams, dates and other trademark details the Cup holds

Though, you would have to replace a ring every thirteen years...

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Nice

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That's a nice 2 foot version of the Stanley Cup.. I wouldnt mind having that.. but I do have a smaller version of the Stanley Cup (ironically there was a Carolina Hurricanes logo sticker on it 2 months before the Hurricanes actually won the Cup in 2006) that I did buy at a thirft store, which I thought it was odd seeing that one and I grabbed that small Cup before anyone would see it and buy it.. hehe.. but I wouldnt mind that 2 foot Cup... hmm.. 225 bucks US?? blah too high at least for me...

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I have a few mini-Stanley Cups sitting in the house. They're the 4-5 inch version that all the arenas handed out before/after the first home game for each team after the lockout.....

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Finally after years of trying and failing the Rangers can buy the Stanley Cup.

... that was funny.... 13 years ago....

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Finally after years of trying and failing the Rangers can buy the Stanley Cup.

... that was funny.... 13 years ago....

I've actually was talking about the last 13 years.

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Finally after years of trying and failing the Rangers can buy the Stanley Cup.

... that was funny.... 13 years ago....

I've actually was talking about the last 13 years.

.... I was aware of that.... ^_^

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*drum rimshot* on the Rangers' attempts to "buy" the Stanley Cup the last 13 years or so!

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How much for just the gloves? ^_^

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how does 2 feet stack up to the actual size of the real thing?

I dunno, but when I went to the Hockey Hall of Fame it didn't seem much taller then 2 feet, maybe 3.

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