Stanley Cup Returns To Pittsburgh: Track The Trophy 2017

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Stanley Cup is back home in Pittsburgh.

The back-to-back champion Penguins arrived back in town Monday afternoon from Nashville hauling hockey’s most hallowed trophy with them.

Over the next few days, the Stanley Cup is sure to be spotted all over town.

You can keep track of where the trophy goes and with who right here!

Head coach Mike Sullivan carried it off the plane after landing in the Steel City. But the Cup was then handed off to captain Sidney Crosby who loaded it into his car for a little one-on-one time.

Shortly afterward, it was spotted in the Rite Aid in Sewickley. A fan posted this photo to Twitter:

Also in Sewickley, it turned up at Safran’s Market. They posted these photos to Facebook:

On Tuesday night, it looks like the Cup will be heading over to PNC Park. The Pirates and Penguins shared this exchange on Twitter:

Later Monday evening, Kris Letang posted this photo of he and Crosby with the Cup at a party:

She's back where she belongs!!! PITTSBURGH BABY

A post shared by Kris Letang (@kletang_58) on

Here’s another photo with Jake Guentzel and his family:

What a time!! #champs

A post shared by Jake Guentzel (@jakenbake20) on

Mario Lemieux jumped in the pool fully clothed at Sidney Crosby’s party Monday night!

On Tuesday night, the Penguins took the Stanley Cup to PNC Park to visit the Pirates. Sidney Crosby had the honor of throwing out the first pitch!

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