Chris Mascaro
Wednesday June 18th, 2014

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Two sports icons met at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night — Lord Stanley's Cup and Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully. The two had never met before.

Scully, 86, and the Cup, more than a century old, together at last. Oh, the stories they can tell.

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Well, Scully started the storytelling, remembering how he used to watch the Rangers back in the day with Davie Kerr in net without a helmet.

He then asked if it was true that the team made margaritas in the Cup. Of course it is, Vin.

The Kings also threw out the ceremonial first pitch(es).


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