Penguins' Porter brings Stanley Cup to Plymouth

Detroit News
Plymouth's Kevin Porter, right, of the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins poses for a photo with Anthony Skudlarek, from left, JessIca Lang and Kari Lang at Kellogg Park in Plymouth Sunday.

Former Wolverines forward Kevin Porter brought the Stanley Cup to Plymouth's Kellogg Park Sunday.

Porter, one of three local players who won the Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins this year, posed for photos and signed autographs for a couple of hours.

Defenseman Ian Cole of Ann Arbor displayed the Cup at the Ann Arbor Ice Cube Arena Friday.

Forward Bryan Rust of Bloomfield Hills brought the trophy to a private party at Plum Hollow Country Club in Southfield Saturday.

Porter, who was born in Plymouth and won the Hobey Baker Award as the best player in college hockey, also took the Cup to the new grocery store in Plymouth, Westborn Market.

Pittsburgh Penguins forward and former Wolverine Kevin Porter, right, shares a moment with a young fan. Porter brought the Stanley Cup to Plymouth's Kellogg Park Sunday and posed for photos and signed autographs for a couple of hours for fans.