Phil Kessel gets a little bit of extra time with the Stanley Cup he helped the Pittsburgh Penguins win. He spent his first day in his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin; then, he decided to bring the Stanley Cup back to Toronto.
The celebrations in Toronto aren't open to the public - but some old friends have come in for the good times.
So many former Toronto Maple Leafs...
Most importantly, though? Kessel spent his day with the Cup in Toronto in the best way possible: at Sick Kids Hospital.
SickKids was buzzing with #StanleyCup fever today! Thx for visiting our patients & families @PKessel81 #NHL pic.twitter.com/OMySknGsW3— SickKids_TheHospital (@SickKidsNews) July 18, 2016
This guy is amazing. An honor to meet @pkessel81 #stanleycup #toronto @penguins @mapleleafs https://t.co/6Or0TuGhCe pic.twitter.com/mvJxHv3QNi— Andrew Hart (@hart_andrew) July 18, 2016
Now that's how you spend a day with the Cup.