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Nazem Kadri Day With Cup Includes First-Ever Visit To Mosque

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Today is the day with the Stanley Cup for former Avalanche center (still weird typing that) Nazem Kadri. He’s showing it all over his hometown of London, Ontario, including a trip to the London Muslim Mosque – the first time that’s ever been done with a player of Muslim heritage in the Cup’s 124-year history.

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What a great day for Kadri, for hockey and the Stanley Cup. If there is one unifying force in this world, an object that brings together every single person of every race, creed or religion today, it is Lord Stanley’s Cup.

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Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS

KADRI is a dirty player.
That is why the LEAFS got rid of him!!
I am a graduate of the LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCES (SLIS: now called FIMS) program at UWO.
I am LESS proud of this because this is KADRI’S home town!!!

Trenton Dunn

Save it. Kadri was great for the Avs.

Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS

I hope that he can control his previous dirty play when he played for the LEAFS!!

Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS

Sorry folks.
because LONDON, ONTARIO is KADRI’S…..

Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS

To be fair, KADRI has matured.
He actually could help the LEAFS now.

Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS

I just learned that KADRI was traded to CALGARY.
KADRI will NOT win the CUP next year!

david

That’s pretty cool.

Chris R

The cup is such a sophisticated world traveler, always seeking new experiences. Love it!

Aaron Rud

Who is the guy commenting 4 times?

Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS

ME!
So what!!!!!!!

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