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Wherever Craig Patrick went, championships seemed to follow. Beginning with his time as assistant coach and general manager for the 1980 Olympic Gold Medal-winning U.S. hockey team and continuing through his GM days with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the one-time center collected his share of hardware, including this handsome mini-cup commemorating his 1991-92 Stanley Cup Champion Pens, who repeated as champs under his reign. Straight from Patrick's possession, this token was one of a select few that were given to players and high-ranking team officials; and Patrick was about as high-ranking as they come, with his name listed on the second line, right below the owners of the team. The cup - which measures just over 12" tall - is in NM condition with Boffey sticker on the bottom. It comes with the rare, original box that has his "Craig Patrick" name on top of the lid and NHL logo on the side. It also comes with the original Boffey blue cloth bag.
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