Stanley Cup takes a helicopter ride with assistant coach

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The Stanley Cup has been a lot of places since the Blackhawks clinched Game 6 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Patrick Kane took it to the Jimmy Buffett concert, Andrew Desjardins ate cereal out of it, but no one has taken it for a helicopter ride until now.

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Blackhawks assistant coach Mike Kitchen spent his day with the Stanley Cup flying in a helicopter.

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No indication where the assistant coach took the cup while in the helicopter, but you can bet the cup was safe.

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