Watch: Penguins equipment man brings Stanley Cup to radio host's daughter battling leukemia

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Saturday June 17th, 2017

Pittsburgh Penguins equipment manager Danny Knoll decided to use his time with the Stanley Cup to pay a visit to Fan Morning Show host Colin Dunlap's home, where Dunlap's daughter Darran is battling leukemia.

Dunlap's family has seen a lot support from the Pittsburgh sports community. In November, Pittsburgh running back James Connor, who also battled leukemia, reached out to Darran and sent her a jersey along with a signed photograph.

The radio host also wrote a letter to the city thanking everyone for their assistance and kind words.

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