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A day with the Stanley Cup: What would you do?

The Stanley Cup is seen on a tour of London on April 19, 2006 in London, England. The Stanley Cup is a season long cup competition for the National Hockey League.
The Stanley Cup is seen on a tour of London on April 19, 2006 in London, England. The Stanley Cup is a season long cup competition for the National Hockey League.
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The Stanley Cup is seen on a tour of London on April 19, 2006 in London, England. The Stanley Cup is a season long cup competition for the National Hockey League.
Members of the U.S. Military, who recently returned from their overseas deployment, hold the Stanley Cup during the 2007 NHL YoungStars Game on January 23, 2007 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
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The Stanley Cup is seen on a tour of London on April 19, 2006 in London, England. The Stanley Cup is a season long cup competition for the National Hockey League.
(L-R) Jeff Carter #77 and Drew Doughty #8 of the Los Angeles Kings celebrate with the Stanley Cup in the locker room after the Los Angeles Kings defeated the New Jersey Devils 6-1 in Game Six of the 2012 Stanley Cup Final at the Staples Center on June 11, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. The Kings won the series 4-2.
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There are plenty of traditions to go with the Stanley Cup and now the Los Angeles Kings have a chance to play those out.

One of the newer ones (since 1995) is allowing each player of the winning team to spend a day with the cup.

The things done with the Stanley Cup have been amusing and interesting: baptizing children, eating out of it, and a visit to a strip club. Dustin Brown's kids are drinking chocolate milk from the cup.

But we want to know what will happen to the trophy in Los Angeles.

What would you do if you were allowed one day with the Stanley Cup?

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