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Stanley Cup visits New Westminster

Curtis Heath, of the New Westminster Police Department, photographs the panel on the Stanley Cup containing the name of his grandfather, Leonard
Curtis Heath, of the New Westminster Police Department, photographs the panel on the Stanley Cup containing the name of his grandfather, Leonard 'Red' Kelly, who played for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they won the NHL championship in 1967. The Cup was on display at Queen's Park Arena on Monday thanks to Bill Ranford, who got to spend the day with the chalice as the goaltending coach with this year's champions, the Los Angeles Kings.
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Curtis Heath, of the New Westminster Police Department, photographs the panel on the Stanley Cup containing the name of his grandfather, Leonard "Red" Kelly, who played for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they won the NHL championship in 1967. The Cup was on display at Queen's Park Arena on Monday thanks to Bill Ranford, who got to spend the day with the chalice as the goaltending coach with this year's champions, the Los Angeles Kings.

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