Just last week, over $1000 worth of Stanley cups were stolen from Dick's in Lafayette. Lafayette police and crime stoppers are still searching for the suspects. Now a similar situation has unfolded in California.
The latest Stanley Cup collection has unleashed pandemonium among eager shoppers, even here in Lafayette. The exclusive line featuring limited edition Cosmo Pink and Target Red colors sold out within days of its launch, leaving many empty-handed and fueling chaos in local stores.
Danielle encountered a horrible incident when her car unexpectedly caught fire, leaving the vehicle in ruins. Amidst the wreckage, there was an astonishing discovery: her trusty Stanley 1913 Quencher remained intact, nestled in the car's cupholder where she had left it when the fire broke out. Even more astonishing, she shook the tumbler in her video showing that the tumbler retained its contents, with ice still chilling inside despite the fiery ordeal.
Did you know that it takes 3,000 cows to create enough footballs for the NFL to use in a single season? Or that the Stanley Cup was originally only 7 and a half inches tall? Or that a forfeited game in baseball scores as a 9-0 ballgame? Or that Wilt Chamberlain never fouled out of a basketball game?
The Boston Bruins won Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals in Vancouver over the Canucks by the score of 4-0. Goalie Tim Thomas was fantastic, making 37 saves to secure the shutout victory for Boston. The championship is the Bruins sixth overall, and first since 1972.