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The Stanley Cup is the oldest trophy competed for by professional athletes in North America. It is also the only trophy that grown men routinely cry over. Because the Cup is the only professional sports trophy where the name of every member of the winning team is inscribed, bands are often retired to make room for new champions. The 1966-67 NHL season was the 50th regular season of the NHL and the last of the “Original Six” with expansion just over the horizon. This is a silver plated miniature replica of the Cup. They are given to the players on every modern Stanley Cup winner. This one was given to Peter “Stemmer” Stemkowski of the ’66-’67 champion Maple Leafs, a team that also included Baun, Horton, Kelly, Frank Mahovlich, Shack, Bower, Keon, and Sawchuk. The Maple Leafs ousted the hated Canadians in six games. At its widest (the base) it is approximately 18” in circumference and is 13” in height and weighs 2-1/2 pounds. Base has been repainted. Carry it over your head wherever you go and everyone will think you’re a winner. A bit strange, but a winner. The first mini Stanley Cup we have ever auctioned from the famous 1966-67 Leaf squad, which was the last to bring the title to Toronto. LOA.
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