Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E Sports) – Los Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr wanted to share the moment of winning the Stanley Cup, goes to Calgary and Saskatechewan this weekend.
Regehr first visited his adopted hometown, Calgary.
There he enjoyed the Stanley Cup with private celebrations together with friends and a party at a bowling alley, according to NHL.com.
After being drafted by the Colorado Avalanche in 1998, he played his first 11 seasons with the Calgary Flames.
Regehr then headed to his hometown of Rosthern, Saskatechewan.
The 34-year-old spent his time with the community that helped him reach the NHL.
In the Rosthern Skating Rink, Regher and the Stanley Cup graced a local minor hockey program at a gathering of coaches, players, and organizers.
The locals also had the chance to meet and greet their very own hockey star after the event.
Regehr and the Cup later hosted a private event.
After Regehr, forward Dwight King will have his day with the Cup and will go to his hometown of Meadow Lake, 200 miles north of Rosthern.