Stanley Cup overlooks the city

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The “keeper of the cup” Philip Pritchard brought the Stanley Cup to the Skydeck at the Willis Tower on Tuesday and took neat photos of the cup overlooking the city.

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The Stanley Cup has been everywhere since the Blackhawks claimed it, including the Mumford and Sons concert, the Jimmy Buffett concert and Scott Darling’s high school.

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