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Man Meets Stanley And A Lot Of Fish

from the Citizen,
Phil Graham never anticipated he'd get a chance to hold Lord Stanley's Cup - the oldest trophy in professional sports and championship prize of the National Hockey League. But three times? Graham, who grew up in Ithaca and now lives in Skaneateles, is the manager of Lynah Rink at Cornell University. He is now in his 26th year with the school. But the job isn't always so glamorous. Sometimes, his work just plain stinks. “The worst game of the year is Harvard. They throw fish on the ice,” Graham said. “I have to get out there and pick it up.” That wouldn't be so bad if it were just a handful of fish, but the Big Red don't do anything in small doses. “I'd say you end up with about 1,500 pounds of fish on the ice every Harvard game,” he said.
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