HERMOSA BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- The Stanley Cup is on the road again just about a week after it rolled through the streets of Downtown Los Angeles.
The cup was featured prominently at a celebratory rally in Hermosa Beach Monday.
Kings Jarret Stoll, a Hermosa Beach resident, was on hand as the cup was driven down Pier Avenue by the Hermosa Beach Fire Department.
Stoll, who turned 30 Sunday, proudly held the cup over his head and was greated by fans singing "Happy Birthday."
The Kings clinched the Stanley Cup earlier this month with an impressive 6-1 Game 6 victory over the New Jersey Devils.
It was the crowning achievement on a season filled with ups and downs, and the end to a dominant 16-4 tear through the playoffs.
The Kings became hockey's first no. 8 seed to hoist the Stanley Cup, knocking off the top three Western Conference seeds along the way.
Stanley Cup Heads to Hermosa Beach for Rally
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