WATERVILLE, Maine — Waterville native Andy Saucier brought the Stanley Cup to Colby College on Tuesday and the line was long to see the National Hockey League's beautiful trophy.
Part of the tradition for winning the Stanley Cup is for coaches, players, and front office personnel to each have one day with the trophy. Saucier was going to spend the rest of the day with family and friends.
Jack Kelley, Saucier's grandfather, was in attendance Tuesday. Kelley is a former Colby men's hockey coach and was the president of the Penguins from 1993 to 2001. The Jack Kelley Head Coach of Colby Men's hockey is named after Coach Kelley.
The viewing at Colby was the only public appearance and the lone opportunity in Central Maine to see the Cup. Pittsburgh head coach
Mike Sullivan will have the trophy at Boston College High School on Wednesday