The Stanley Cup is just a trophy, but it’s the perfect symbol of America’s rich cultural heritage.
The Cup was first awarded to the United States by the NHL in 1921.
In the 19th century, the NHL was a league in which the goalies were considered the greatest in the world.
A champion goalie could earn $30,000 per season.
But the league was founded in 1920 with the intention of promoting the sport of hockey in the United Kingdom.
To do that, the goalkeepers were forced to wear a mask and to wear the mask during the playoffs.
While it was an expensive way to pay for the sport, the mask provided the players with the illusion of safety.
It was not until World War II that the NHL started to develop a more physical game.
By the 1970s, the league had developed into a worldwide powerhouse.
For the past 10 years, the Stanley and its logo have been synonymous with the United State of America.
With the 2017 Stanley Cup final in Vancouver looming, NHL fans are taking their favorite team to new heights.
What do you think?
Do you think the Stanley is a great symbol for the United United States?