These Are The Wildest Things Ever Done With Hockey’s Stanley Cup

Winning the Stanley Cup is a moment hockey players won’t ever forget. After a full season of banging bodies and throwing fists at their opponents, bringing home that Cup makes up for the lost teeth. But in some cases, the Stanley Cup has been the cause of tooth loss. Ask Maurice Richard, who chipped his front teeth because of the huge trophy. Richard’s incident is just the tip of the iceberg. As you go through this list, get prepared to read about the wildest things done with the Stanley Cup. You won’t believe some of these.

Pasta In My Trophy

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Nick Bonino won consecutive Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2016-2017. After he played a big part in winning, he left the Penguins and signed with the Nashville Predators in the summer of 2017. But before he left, he made sure to celebrate with the trophy.

As the caption reads, Bonino’s Italian background kicked in and took over. He enjoyed his mother’s pasta straight out the Stanley Cup. We wonder if there was any strange or metallic aftertaste.