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Stanley Cup Magic

from the Montreal Gazette,
The invited guest, 34 1/2 pounds and 35 1/4 inches tall from head to toe, was rolled into the Pointe Claire seniors' residence yesterday noon in a travel-scarred case covered with baggage tags, security labels, even a skull-and-crossbones sticker. A nondescript crate, it seemed, until it was unlocked and out came a priceless piece of sterling silver that is about much more than a game. Four days after the National Hockey League and its players announced a tentative end to a season-long labour dispute, the Stanley Cup paid a visit to former Canadiens centreman Ken Mosdell. And for nearly four hours, you realized how much this trophy means to people.


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