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#MMC100 Trophy Tour Stop 11: Sarnia, Ontario

The Canadian Hockey League’s 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup celebrations continued this past week in Sarnia, the eleventh stop on a season long tour visiting 17 CHL communities in eight different provinces.

Sarnia was the fourth stop in the province of Ontario with two more upcoming in March at Owen Sound on the 3rd and St. Catharines on the 17th.  The Imperial City is home to the Ontario Hockey League’s Sting who are currently one of the top teams in the entire CHL.  They flexed their muscle over the weekend before a national television audience defeating highway 402 rivals the London Knights on Sportsnet’s Saturday Showcase.

The Memorial Cup was in the building for the game and part of the opening ceremonies accompanied to centre ice by members of the 2563 First Hussars Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps including Sgt. Rebecca Winter and MCpl Bryce Blancher.

Earlier in the week the trophy visited some of the city’s finest at Sarnia Police and Fire Departments, and also spent time at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 62, Pathways Health Centre for Children, and Bluewater Health where the cup was reunited with 1990 champion Dr Jean-Paul Davis who won as a player with the Oshawa Generals.

Social Media Highlights from Sarnia:

Next stop on the 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup Trophy Tour is Edmonton, home of the Western Hockey League’s Oil Kings on Saturday February 10.

Follow the tour, post your photos, and join the conversation on social media using #MMC100.

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