The Stanley Cup is in Montreal this week

Published August 12, 2021 at 5:51 PM

Mathieu Joseph from Quebec, who scored 2 points in 6 games in the playoffs with Tampa Bay and 19 points (12 goals) in 56 games during the season, will be on hand to speak with local youth about his experience and encourage them to persevere in order to achieve their dreams.

It will also be a great opportunity for him to salute the commitment of parents and volunteers, who are so crucial in a young athlete's career.

Please note that capacity will be limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic and that there will be an increased police presence on site. This is an invitation-only event.


The Stanley Cup will also be heading to Beaconsfield this Friday with Alex Killorn. There will be a ceremony and the opportunity to view the prestigious trophy from 10am to 1pm at Centennial Park.

The event is open to the public, but by appointment and with limited access due to health measures.

- Killorn, 31, had 17 points in 19 games (8 goals) in the last playoffs.

Yanni Gourde

Quebec's Yanni Gourde will have the opportunity to parade the cup in Saint-Narcisse-de-Beaurivage on Tuesday August 17. See you at 1pm for a photo session and it's first come first served. (Capacity of 140 people)

There will then be a parade at 3pm. Free tickets will be available soon on the municipality's Facebook page.

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