Jan 19, 2013, 4:00 PM EST
The Los Angeles Kings finally had the chance to fully celebrate the first Stanley Cup victory in franchise history on Saturday.
The ceremony included a touching moment as the Greene family was on hand alongside franchise legends Rogie Vachon and Marcel Dionne to help unveil the team’s 2011-12 championship banner. Their daughter Ana Márquez-Greene was one of the victims of the Sandy Hook, CT shooting.
Here’s a shot of the banner, via the Kings:
The team also shared two shots of their fancy new rings, which were also shared on Saturday. (You can read more about them here.)
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