Stanley Cup Visits Madison Square Park - PHOTOBLOG
ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS BTR Editorial

As the NHL gets ready to drop the puck on the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs, hockey fans had the opportunity to join past champions Glenn Anderson, Clark Gillies, and Grant Marshall as the Stanley Cup, the oldest and most revered trophy in professional sports, was put on public display in Madison Square Park on Tuesday, April 30.

As part of the ‘Because It’s The Cup’ marketing campaign, Crumbs bake shop treated fans with a first taste of their Stanley Cup(cakes), an exclusive line of cupcakes featuring the logos of the 16 teams participating in the playoffs. These special treats will be available in all Crumbs stores through the month of June.

Left to right: Jersey Devils forward Grant Marshall, former New York Rangers forward Glenn Anderson and former New York Islanders captain Clark Gillies.

Glenn Anderson and Clark Gillies.

New Jersey Devils forward Grant Marshall.

Former New York Rangers forward, six-time Stanley Cup winner Glenn Anderson.

All photos by Lauren Hawker. For more, check out the BTR Flickr set.

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