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Stanley returns to Kelowna

The Stanley Cup is coming back to Kelowna.

Former Kelowna Rockets goaltender coach, Kim Dillabaugh, gets his day with the cup Friday and will share some of that excitement with hockey fans in the Okanagan.

Dillabaugh was a goaltending coach with the cup champion LA Kings.

The cup will be on display at Prospera Place from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m.

Fans can come by and get their pictures taken with one of North America's oldest trophies.

This is the second time Dillabaugh has had a chance to bring the cup to Kelowna.

Dillabaugh stepped down during the off season after 11 season as goaltending coach with the Rockets.

He accepted a full time position with the Kings which includes scouting and goaltender evaluation s well as goaltender development.

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