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Stanley Cup Trophy Public Viewing

Date Aug 23 2014 
Time 11:30am - 12:30pm 
Location     Sunburst Lodge at mid-mountain 
Who Everyone! 
Price FREE, lift ticket required 
Registration     For priority access, call 250.578.5542 
Phone 250.578.5542 
You’ve seen it on TV. You’ve seen it in the newspaper. Now it’s your chance to see it IN PERSON! The coveted Stanley Cup trophy will be making a special public appearance at Sun Peaks on Saturday, August 23. 

LA Kings Assistant Coach, Davis Payne, will be visiting with the cup and offering the public a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get a photo with this iconic NHL hockey trophy. 

Public viewing takes place from 11:30am to 12:30pm at the Sunburst Lodge at mid-mountain. Viewing is free, but guests must have a valid lift ticket in order to ride the Sunburst Chairlift. With a limited time frame for viewing, this photo opportunity is first-come-first-serve.

For priority access to guarantee a spot in line, guests are asked to REGISTER for free ahead of time. Please call Tourism Sun Peaks at 250.578.5542.

Davis Payne most recently was the Head Coach of the St. Louis Blues. The native of Kamloops, British Columbia, and former NHL forward had a 67-55-15 record with the Blues (.544 winning percentage). Payne made his NHL head coaching debut on January 2, 2010 and he won his first NHL game on January 9, 2010 (at Los Angeles). 

Payne played his minor hockey in Kamloops BC winning a provincial championship as a Bantam and was selected to Team BC as an Under 17 for current Blazer head coach Don Hay.  Payne finished his minor hockey as a member of the Kamloops Lions Midget team before attending Michigan Tech University.

A graduate of NCAA Division I Michigan Tech, Payne, 43 (9/24/70), appeared in 22 NHL games with the Boston Bruins from 1995-97 and played a total of eight professional seasons in the AHL (with Rochester and Providence), International Hockey League (with Phoenix and San Antonio) and ECHL (with Greensboro and Greenville). He was originally drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in the seventh-round (140th overall) in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.

Davis and his wife, Jane, have two daughters: Allison 15  and Lydia 13.