Andrew Desjardins eats cereal out of Stanley Cup

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Blackhawks left wing Andrew Desjardins spent Monday parading the Stanley Cup around his hometown of Lively, Ontario.

I can’t believe I’m going to get the privilege of taking the Stanley Cup to my hometown of Lively, Desjardins wrote in his NHL blog.

Andrew Desjardins takes family photo, puts baby inside Stanley Cup

On Desjardins’ second day with the cup, he started by using the legendary trophy as a bowl for his cereal.

The Blackhawks left wing, who recently signed a two-year contract with Chicago, filled the cup full with his favorite Lucky Charms cereal.

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