Ryder arrives with Stanley Cup
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- - August 31, 2011 at 23:26:28
It's not the ORIGINAL Cup!! It is too Brittle to be carried around!! I can see that! There are a couple of replicas and THEE SC is in a vault!! (from what I understand) Having said that!!!....: They can bring King Tut's remains around the world!! Go figure!! PROUD OF YOU MICHAEL!!! Long may your Big JIB Draw!!
- D. Dumphy
- - August 31, 2011 at 12:44:02
Get at me wolf!!!!
- Silly Newfies
- - August 31, 2011 at 12:13:54
I loves da ockey. By the way, that's not the Stanley Cup, it's a replica.
- Habs Fan Too
- - August 31, 2011 at 10:05:09
It was sad to see the Stanley Cup fall off the table and tumble to the ground. It certainly won't look good for Newfoundland & Labrador. I have issue with the article which says the "Legs of the Table gave way". This was not because the table wasn't set up properly. If you watch the video you can see the Female RNC Officer move the table towards Michael Ryder, just before he places the Stanley Cup on top. By her doing this she caused the folding legs on the opposite side of the table to move inward and when Michael placed the cup on it, it buckled and down went the cup. If she had just stood there like she was suppose to and allow the cup to be placed there, without moving it, this would not have happened. I'm sure she was trying to be helpful but in this case it didn't help.
- Jim Evans
- - August 31, 2011 at 09:57:06
I am a proud Newfoundlander, made even more proud by one of our own, Michael Ryder. Again we as Newfoundlanders can stand up and cheer for Michael and his acheievemnts. The second time in so many years a Newfoundlander wins and brings home Lord Stanley. I have played hockey my whole life and when you see someone from your own province do something like this you cannot help but feel great pride. Newfoundland is by far the best place in the world. Thank You Michael, and congradulations..
- Habs fan
- - August 31, 2011 at 08:34:58
Congrats to Michael and the people of Bonavista, but why do politicians have to be there?? This is a hockey story. Some of them never held a hockey stick in their hands. In St. John's he walked past a lady with an infant in her arms. Michael had the cup in his arms. After taking care of the cup, he walked back to the lady and signed something on the back of the infant. Looks good on ya Michael.