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Dillabaugh brings Stanley Cup to Prospera

For the second time in three years, the Stanley Cup will be paying a late-summer visit to Prospera Place.

Kim Dillabaugh, the former goaltending coach for the Kelowna Rockets, will bring the National Hockey League's most coveted prize to Prospera for a public showing on Friday from 3 to 5 p.m.

Fans are invited to view and have their photos taken with the Stanley Cup.

Dillabaugh won his second cup ring this season as a member of the Los Angeles Kings' coaching staff.

Dillabaugh joined the Kings' this year in a full-time role as the club's overseer of goaltender development. The former Rockets' player was a member of the WHL team's coaching staff for 11 seasons, before resigning this summer to join the Kings.

He last brought the Stanley Cup to Kelowna in 2012.

 

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