Kings forward Jeff Carter (right) spends some quality time with his dad, Jim, and the Cup, of course.
Jeff Carter gets some champagne with some help from his dad.
Brad Richardson goes for a cruise around Oak Lake, Ontario.
Welcome to the club
Defenseman Davis Drewiske has plenty of hockey hardware: an NCAA championship trophy with Wisconsin (left), the Stanley Cup, and a high school title.
Ping with pancakes
Dustin 'Pancakes' Penner takes the Cup out for a few swings on the course in his hometown of Winkler, Manitoba.
Another parade for Stoll
Jarret Stoll had a parade early in the summer in Hermosa Beach, Calif. This one in his hometown of Yorkton, Saskatchewan was much smaller, but we're sure it meant the world to him.
After losing in the 2010 Stanley Cup Final as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers, Mike Richards was elated to win his first NHL title in his first season as a King. He brought the Cup home to share with friends and family in Kenora, Ontario.
Richards takes Lord Stanley on a boat ride through Lake of the Woods in Kenora, Ontario.
Hang on tight!
Dwight King takes the Cup for a ride in his small hometown of Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. Pretty sweet ride, too, with his jersey number and Kings logo painted on wagon.
King says hay!
Dwight King started his day with the Cup with a shot on a pile of hay at the family farm.
Quite the scene
The oldest member of the Kings, defenseman Willie Mitchell (age 35), relishes his first Cup at Mt. Benedict in British Columbia.
The First Nations community in Alert Bay, British Columbia honor Stanley Cup champ Willie Mitchell.
Kings defenseman Matt Greene (left) brought the Stanley Cup home to Grand Ledge, Mich.
Let's watch the sunset together. Justin Williams picked the perfect spot to celebrate his second NHL title.
To the happy couple
Justin Williams gives two friends a hand, who reportedly got engage right before taking this photo.
Mmmm ... breakfast
Former Kings assistant coach Jamie Kompon and his wife Tina enjoy breakfast from the Cup.
Former King Bernie Nicholls, who helped coach the team as a special assistant, shows Lord Stanley how it's done.
General manager Dean Lombardi (left) brings Cup to Springfield, Mass. and shares his first title with his father, Paul.
Former King Nelson Emerson is obviously the pride of Waterford, Ontario. Emerson works in player development with the Kings.
Dustin Brown hits the grocery store in his hometown of Ithaca, NY. If he wants to find something to drink from the Cup it looks like he found the right place.
Captain Dustin Brown brought the Cup back to his hometown of Ithaca, NY. Brown helped his high school team to a 2000 state title (as seen on the sign) and reached hockey's Holy Grail 12 years later.
Kings enforcer Kevin Westgarth gets in some quality time with his new friend.
The Kings honored hockey broadcaster Jessica Ghawi (Redfield), who was tragically killed in the Aurora shootings, with a picture next to the Cup. The team also donated $10,000 to a scholarship in her memory.
Home on the range
Darryl Sutter quit his job as a farmer to come coach the Kings, so he brought the Cup to the family farm on day with the trophy.
The Sutters have quite the hockey family, and their own sign in the small town of Viking, Alberta. Lord Stanley, welcome to Viking!
Cup and cake
Goalie and playoff MVP Jonathan Quick strikes a pose with the Cup, and a sweet cake. If you look close enough, you can see the scoreboard which reads '6-1,' the final score of the Kings' Game 6-clincher against the Devils in the Stanley Cup Final.
The Los Angeles Angels hosted Lord Stanley so that the team's trophies could meet. The Angels won the World Series in 2002.
The Cup went all Hollywood on us when it met 'Wilson' from 20th Century FOX's movie 'Cast Away' featuring Tom Hanks.
Kings center Colin Fraser, a two-time Cup winner, took Lord Stanley to his offseason home in Sylvan Lake, Alberta.
Drink's on me
Colin Fraser (in black) holds the Cup so a friend can get a sip.
After a long wait, Ron Hextall (back right) finally got his Stanley Cup. The Kings VP/assistant GM never won a title as a goalie in the NHL but his front-office work with LA allowed him to bring the trophy to his family farm.
Here you go, pal
Veteran forward Simon Gagne celebrates his first Stanley Cup by giving a friend a drink during his day with the trophy in Lac Beauport, Quebec.
It looks like Simon Gagne (in white) didn't want to take any chances losing the Cup as he had a nice group of security on hand.
American Rob Scuderi celebrated his second Stanley Cup in Dover, Mass. with the members of the Dover Fire Department.
Kings backup goalie Jonathan Bernier starts off his day with the Cup in his hometown of Laval, Quebec, just outside Montreal.
Takes the cake
Someone celebrating with Kings scout Mark Yannetti in Topsfield, Mass. had the brilliant idea of making a life-size cake replica of the Stanley Cup. So what's better, drinking out of the Cup or eating it?
Long wait for this fan
"98 yrs old and still a Kings fan!" tweeted Phil Pritchard, the keeper of the Cup, while on site with Kings head trainer Chris Kingsley in Westford, Mass. Looks like that's Kingsley in the background giving the fan a hand with lifting the trophy.
King of the world
Kings center Anze Kopitar was the first NHL player to come from the country of Slovenia. Now he is the first from the country to bring the Lord Stanley home.
Anze Kopitar tweeted out this photo on his account saying, "Wow!! What an incredible turnout in my hometown of Hrušica today for the rally! Incredible!" Pretty incredible indeed.
Set an example
Young Slovenian hockey players line up behind one of their biggest heroes, Anze Kopitar, during his hometown rally with the Cup.
Welcome to the jungle
Kings mascot 'Bailey' took the Cup to the top of an LA building to get quite the shot with the trophy with downtown in the background.
We can only assume that the Cup made it safely to Slovenia, home of Kings center Anze Kopitar (right), after his brother Gasper (left) posted this shot on his Twitter account.
LA's new star, Lord Stanley, gets in a shot with the famous Hollywood sign.
Pacific Ocean's pal
Kings captain Dustin Brown proudly holds the Stanley Cup in Manhattan Beach.
Let's go shopping
The Stanley Cup takes its place on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
For the kids
The Kings do a lot of charity work with Children's Hospital Los Angeles. After winning the Cup, captain Dustin Brown and other team personnel shared the victory with some patients.
Lifeguard on duty?
The Stanley Cup does his best 'Baywatch' impression.
Captain Dustin Brown (left) and goalie Jonathan Quick show off the Stanley Cup at the NHL Awards at the Wynn in Las Vegas.
Jarret Stoll shows off the Cup during the rally in Hermosa Beach. Many of the Kings players live in the area.
For all to see
Jarret Stoll holds the Cup high in front of a massive crowd of supporters in Hermosa Beach.
Jarret Stoll rides in a convertible with the Cup during a rally and parade on June 25, 2012 in Hermosa Beach. The city was honoring the Kings on their first title.
Boys will be boys
Two of Dustin Brown's sons have fun blowing chocolate milk bubbles in the Stanley Cup. Should the Kings captain win the Dad of the Year award or what?
Actor -- and Los Angeles Kings fan -- Colin Hanks gets a closer look at Lord Stanley.
Members of the Kings and the Los Angeles Dodgers pose for a photo on the mound at Dodger Stadium a day after the Kings won the Cup.
Brown knows baseball
Kings captain Dustin Brown shows off the Stanley Cup to the crowd at Dodger Stadium.
Players hang out in the Dodgers dugout with the Stanley Cup before making an appearance at Dodger Stadium.
Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell (left) holds the Cup as UFC legend Chuck Liddell gets a drink.
Kings center Mike Richards posted this photo on his Twitter account saying 'Going to be a good day with #stanleycup @Palms hotel.'
Take a break
Kings captain Dustin Brown give the Cup a hug after a long day.
Soak it in
Mike Richards (left) and Drew Doughty hang in a spa with teammates and friends at the Wet Republic pool at MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Members of the Kings continue to live it up at the Wet Republic.
Hold it high
Jarret Stoll lifts the Cup to show it off outside of Hyde nightclub at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.
Paulina in on the fun
Paulina Gretzky, daughter of hockey legend Wayne, poses with Jarret Stoll (right) and the Cup inside a Las Vegas club.
Members of the Kings show off their achievement and look like they are having quite the time at Wet Republic.
Father's Day brunch
We're not sure where Kings goalie and Conn Smythe winner Jonathan Quick was for his Father's Day brunch, but he tweeted this photo on the holiday. Not bad.
Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell holds the Cup between two surfers at Venice Beach.
The keeper of the Stanley Cup, Philip Pritchard, tweeted this photo of Lord Stanley chilling on the sand at Venice Beach.