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Conor Sheary visits his old stomping grounds with the Stanley Cup

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Cushing Academy, Stanley Cup. Sheary is here to introduce you.

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From 2007-10, Conor Sheary played for Cushing Academy. Following his time there, the undersized forward committed to UMass-Amherst, where he played all four seasons. The undrafted senior captain then got his feet wet in the AHL with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, before ultimately signing his first NHL contract on July 1, 2015.

Since then, he has done stuff like make the NHL, end up on a line with Sidney Crosby, and assist on the Stanley Cup-winning goal.

So when he went back to Cushing, he had to bring a friend.

And, you know - share it with everybody else, too!

Sheary also got the chance for some really awesome photo opportunities. He united the Stanley Cup with the Isobel Cup, the ultimate prize in the NWHL.

This is the first time they've been together? That's awesome - this is a picture to cherish, in that case; this is history being made.

And a little bit of history experienced, too.