The Los Angeles Kings' summer with the Stanley Cup is winding down, but on Sunday, the famous trophy made a stop at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA.
As per Helene Elliot of the Los Angeles Times, the museum "features the work of the late hockey-loving 'Peanuts' cartoonist," and Snoopy’s Home Ice, an arena that plays host to a world senior hockey tournament each year, among other puck-related events.
General manager Dean Lombardi used the opportunity to get in the right state of mind heading into a new season.
Snoopy himself stopped by for a photo with the Cup. Good boy.
No word on whether Lombardi asked to borrow Snoopy's doghouse in order to provide head coach Darryl Sutter with a more effective means of disciplining players.
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