Penguins forward has son baptized in Stanley Cup

Photo via Twitter/@keeperofthecup

One of the many perks of becoming a Stanley Cup champion is spending a full day with one of the most coveted prizes in sports.

But Josh Archibald‘s time with the Cup was a truly special occasion for his entire family, as the Pittsburgh Penguins winger’s three-week-old son Brecken was baptized in the trophy in a ceremony on Wednesday.

The 24-year-old was born in Regina, but grew up in Brainerd, Minn., which is where he choose to take the Cup.

Archibald played in four post-season games for the Penguins, recording two penalty minutes.

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