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A Stanley Cup summer: Vince Dunn

How does a Stanley Cup champion start his day with the most famous trophy in sports? How about a nice bowl of Cheerios out of the Cup?
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The Stanley Cup's summer tour is rolling through Canada, spending another day in Ontario.

On Friday, Jordan Binnington brought the party to Richmond Hill. Now, Vince Dunn is continuing the summer of champions in Lindsay, Ontario.

Dunn started the day the way any Stanley Cup champion should. By eating a nice bowl of Cheerios right out of the most famous trophy in sports.

"Keeper of the Cup" Philip Pritchard shared this picture on Twitter of Dunn enjoying his breakfast of champions.

Dunn was the talk of the town in Lindsay, with everyone just wanting to get close to the newest Stanley Cup champion.

Dunn also took the Cup back to his original stomping grounds at the Lindsay Recreation Complex, where Dunn played youth hockey growing up.

The crowds came out in droves just to get a glimpse of their hometown hero and hockey's biggest prize.

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