Blackhawks assistant GM revels in day with Stanley Cup
Chicago Blackhawks assistant general manager Norm Maciver took to the water and visited his alma mater to celebrate his day with the Stanley Cup.
"This is almost better than winning it, sharing it with family and friends," Maciver told NNCNNOW.com on Wednesday. "When they see it for the first time, it's magic."
While it's a new experience for some, Maciver has embraced the Stanley Cup on three occasions in the last six seasons. The 50-year-old joined friends on a pair of boats in Lake Elora after beginning his day at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, where the Hobey Baker finalist played from 1982-86.
Approximately 2,000 people appeared at Amsoil Arena in the first hour the Stanley Cup was on display.
(h/t Chicago Blackhawks)