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BOB FEAVER Sports - Wednesday, August 08, 2007 @ 00:00
Lord Stanley's mug is coming home to Peterborough again Friday.
Peterborough's Corey Perry will bring the Cup to the Memorial Centre between 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon for people to see it and get photos taken with it.
Perry won the Cup last spring as a member of the Anaheim Ducks, beating out Ottawa Senators and Ennismore's Mike Fisher in five games.
In just his second NHL season, Perry finished second on his team in playoff scoring with six goals, nine assists and 15 points in 21 games, including two goals and four assists for six points in the finals.
The London Knights grad warns people because of tight time constraints, he won't be signing autographs.
"We remember when Cory Stillman brought the Cup to Peterborough last year," Perry's father Geoff told The Examiner last night, "there were a lot of people disappointed. There were some hard feelings and we don't want that to happen to Corey.
"He has a private function here in Peterborough afterwards and then he's going to London in the late afternoon. There's not going to be a public display in London so there's going to be some hard feelings there."
Geoff Perry says Corey makes his off-season home in London now with Peterborough number three on the list: "Anaheim is number one, London number two and Peterborough number three. There's more to do in London for him and he's there for the training."