Windsor Spitfires Fans Enjoy Photos With The Stanley Cup

Hockey fans enjoyed taking photos with the Stanley Cup during the Windsor Spitfires game at the WFCU Centre on Sunday, March 6, 2016.

The Stanley Cup was on the WFCU Centre concourse during Sunday’s game as the Windsor Spitfires took on the Kingston Frontenacs. While the Spits fell to the Frontenacs 6-3 fans were the big winners as they got to get up close and personal with the Stanley Cup.

The Stanley Cup was donated by the Governor General of Canada Lord Stanley of Preston in 1892, and is the oldest professional sports trophy in North America.

Fans were able to have their photo taken with the Cup by a professional photographer from Perfect Shutter in exchange for a $10 donation to the St. Clair College Athletic Fund.

The Spitfires have clinched a playoff spot and playoff tickets are now on sale.

For tickets call (519) 254-5000 or visit the Windsor Spitfires online.

In Photos: Hockey Fans Get Photos With Stanley Cup at Windsor Spitfires Game

Photos by Brent Groh

Photography by Brent Groh

Young boy with hands in the air excited to stand next to the Stanley Cup.

St. Clair College's John Fairley with the Stanley Cup.

Sammy Uprichard holds the Stanley Cup.

Sean Westlake and his daughters with the Stanley Cup.

Miss Galaxy Canada Jillian Parent poses with the Stanley Cup at Windsor Spitfires Game.

Family excited to be photographed with the Stanley Cup.

 Christopher Hornby with Stanley Cup.

Cohen Thibert sits in the Stanley Cup.

Family reads engravings on the Stanley Cup.

And Here’s Our Favourite Action Shot During The Game

Windsor Spitfires Brendan Lemieux collides mid air with Roland McKeown of the Kingston Frontenacs.

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Windsor Spitfires Treat Fans To The Stanley Cup Photo Gallery