The Stanley Cup made one of its more heartwarming stops in a neonatal care unit on Tuesday.
Chicago Blackhawks player Andrew Desjardins brought the cup to Health Sciences North in Sudbury, where families had a chance to pose with the trophy.
At one point, the Cup was literally overflowing with adorable newborns.
The mom in the photo below wrote on Facebook: "Daddy waited 30 years to touch the cup and Ben waited 30 hours!"
It is tradition for members of cup-winning teams to spend one day with the trophy. Hats off to Desjardins for creating some memorable moments for the families of the littlest patients.
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