"It's really an addictive feeling," Jonathan Toews told the media as he toured the Stanley Cup through his hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba, for the second time.
Part of winning Lord Stanley's Cup is showing it off to fans back at home, and the 2013 Chicago Blackhawks have taken it on tour across North America.
Toews celebrates in Winnipeg | Bolland brings cup to Mimico - video
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