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Jessica Rye                                                                                                                  June 21, 2004
Kennedy Space Center, Fla.
(Phone:  321/867-2468)

KSC Release No. P02-04

NHL's "Lord Stanley" Pays Royal Visit To Kennedy Space Center

Jay Feaster, general manager of the National Hockey League's 2004 Champion Tampa Bay Lightning, stands next to the Stanley Cup, which he brought to KSC while on a tour. The cup sits next to the orbiter Discovery in the Orbiter Processing Facility. The cup was also available for viewing by employees in the KSC Training Auditorium. The Stanley Cup weighs 35 pounds and is more than 100 years old. The Lightning will be added to the cup in September.

KSC Photo Number: KSC-04PD-1314

Jay Feaster

In the Orbiter Processing Facility, Mike Bolt holds the Stanley Cup, won this year by the National Hockey League's Tampa Bay Lightning. Bolt is the Stanley Cup keeper. The cup was also available for viewing by employees in the KSC Training Auditorium. Jay Feaster, general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning, brought the cup to KSC while on a tour. The Stanley Cup weighs 35 pounds and is more than 100 years old. The Lightning will be added to the cup in September.

KSC Photo Number: KSC-04PD-1316


Mike Bolt

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