Shared joy is the best joy, and Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby knows that well.
Crosby returned to his hometown of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia with the Stanley Cup in hand. He visited his hockey camp, a children’s hospital, and even a Tim Horton’s to surprise employees and coffee drinkers, allowing them to celebrate the title with him.
However, perhaps his most important surprise stop came at the Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Hospital, a living facility for those who have served in the military, and are often forgotten.
Another surprise visit by Crosby and the Cup, this time to Camp Hill Veterans Services in Halifax. pic.twitter.com/0uKIQ5NciA
— Gord Miller (@GMillerTSN) July 15, 2016