Hockey Hall of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 2013, 12

Jonathan Toews
Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews brought the Stanley Cup to a children's hospital in his hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
It was then off to the Jonathan Toews Community Centre (renamed in his honour in 2010) where young fans got an up-close look at the Stanley Cup. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Young fans get to touch hockey's oldest trophy. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Toews raises the Stanley Cup outside the community centre. He then thanked the people of Winnipeg. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
The captain takes the wheel. Toews, along with friends and the Stanley Cup, cruise near his cottage in Kenora, Ontario. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
He can do it all! Jonathan Toews wakeboarding as the Stanley Cup and friends look on. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Party time! Toews fills the Stanley Cup with a little champagne. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)
Toews and his girlfriend, along with the Stanley Cup and the Selke Trophy, enjoy a little quite time. (Walt Neubrand/Hockey Hall of Fame)

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