Following a Game 7 shutout of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, members of the New Jersey Devils brought the Stanley Cup on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
You might think that the Cup's adventures peaked with the iconic Letterman, but you'd be wrong.
It's gone Hollywood
The Stanley Cup's appearances are extremely popular. It's made its way to photo shoots in front of the Hollywood sign and a roller coaster at Universal Studios. Who wouldn't want to take a picture with that beautiful beast?
It's been to Afghanistan
In 2007, the Stanley Cup made its way to Afghanistan with former NHL players and Canada's defense chief.
It's been to Niagara Falls
Patrick Kane, a South Buffalo native, hoisted Lord Stanley's Cup at the base of Niagara Falls in 2010. Kane scored the game-winning goal to lift the Blackhawks over the Flyers that year.
It's been used to baptize
Sylvain Lefebvre of the Colorado Avalanche used the chalice as a baptismal font for his daughter in 1996. It was a first for the Cup.
It's been to movie premieres
Actor Verne Troyer of Austin Powers fame posed with the Stanley Cup at the movie premiere of The Love Guru.
It's been to a strip club
Mark Messier's Edmonton Oilers won the Stanley Cup in 1987. Messier promptly brought the cup to his favorite - ahem - club, the Forum Inn. He also took the trophy out in New York after winning with the Rangers in 1994.
It's been featured at the Rose Parade
During Brad May's time with the Cup, the Ducks forward took it aboard a float at the Rose Parade in 2008.
It's been in the Rideau Canal
The Ottawa Silver Seven claimed the Stanley Cup in 1905. And after a long night of debauchery, Harry Smith was dared to kick the trophy into the Rideau Canal. He obliged.
It's been to a gay pride parade
The Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 2010, and decided to put the trophy on display during Chicago's Gay Pride Parade that year.
It's been in the shower
Steve Yzerman was so ecstatic that his Red Wings won the Stanley Cup in 1997 that he took the trophy into the showers with him. That's one way to melt the ice.
It's been on TV shows
Everybody wants to take a picture with the prestigious trophy, even the cast members of CSI: Miami. The Stanley Cup has been on several other shows as well.
It's been to the Kentucky Derby
The Stanley Cup always seems to find its way to the Kentucky Derby. At one point, the Rangers' Ed Olczyk fed the 1994 Kentucky Derby Winner, Go for Gin, out of it.
It's been to the bottom of a pool
The legendary Mario Lemieux decided to take the Cup for a dip in a pool after hoisting the trophy in 1991. Lemieux quickly learned that the heavy trophy had no buoyancy. It sunk to the bottom.
It's been used as a doggie bowl
After winning in 1980, New York Islander Clark Gillies let his dog eat out of the trophy. If you can't celebrate with man's best friend, then who can you really celebrate with?