LONDON — The Stanley Cup is the ultimate symbol of the sport, the ultimate prize, a celebration of sportsmanship and success.
But when it’s been stolen, there’s a certain feeling of dread and betrayal that you can’t help but feel.
It’s an experience that makes for an emotional roller coaster of emotions.
There’s a sense of loss, especially when you find yourself with the cup in your hand, wondering if you can keep it.
When the cup was stolen from its London, Ont., home in March of this year, it was quickly brought to its rightful owner, who was able to recover it.
The Cup has been stolen in London, Ontario, Canada.
(Photo: The Canadian Press/NHLI via Getty Images)In the wake of the theft, many in the hockey world were in disbelief and some even expressed sadness over the fate of the Stanley.
But there’s also a sense that the cup has been a symbol of pride, belonging and accomplishment for generations, and the fact that it was taken without a rightful owner is a huge loss.
And while it’s important to remember that the Stanley is an American-made, silver-plated cup that was awarded to the U.S. team in the 2016 Stanley Cup final, there is a sense the theft was a national embarrassment that can’t be undone.
“There’s a kind of anger, you know, ‘Oh my god, how could this happen?
It’s such a great cup.
How could someone take it?'” said Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson.
“And then there’s just this kind of sadness.
It’s a bit sad that the Cup hasn’t been stolen yet.”
The Cup was stolen in New York City in March.
(Photos: AP)As for the Cup itself, there are a few things you can do to help the rightful owner of the Cup.
There are some things you might be able to do to make sure the Cup isn’t stolen.
You can:Pick up the cup.
The rightful owner will pick it up, which means that the rightful owners are safe.
The owner of a stolen Cup can return the cup to the rightful holder in the same way a thief takes a ticket for a ride in a car.
But it’s possible that the owner of one of the stolen cups might be reluctant to do so.
It might take them time to get back the cup, and you might have to do some detective work to figure out where it might be.
But if you’re not going to do that, it’s also possible that someone else may want to get the cup back and restore it to its former glory.
Some Cup supporters have begun posting pictures of their cups to social media and asking others to come forward with their tips and pictures of the cup that they think might be missing.
If you think you know where the cup might be, take a picture and send it to a tipster.
If you’re willing to give up the right to the cup and the rights to its owner, it could make a big difference.
There is a lot of misinformation on the internet about the Stanley cup.
Check with the rightful Cup owner for a safe way to return the Cup, and there are plenty of online resources for you to check out.
It should be noted that some people may be hesitant to share photos of the Cups they own with the public because they’re afraid they might be accused of theft.
But that shouldn’t stop you from taking a photo of the real thing if you feel the right person deserves to see it.
“If somebody has a real Stanley Cup, they can take it and show it to anybody,” Karlsson said.
“You don’t have to say anything.
It should be a privilege.”