Put a Ring on it.

A Stanley Cup ring, that is.

Courtesy of the Boston Bruins

Giving new definition to the term "ice"

Check that out! 

That ring = boss.

300 diamonds total.  66 on the ring crest with the iconic spoked “B” over the image of the Stanley Cup.  6 diamonds around the logo signifying the Bruins’ six Cup championships.  One side has the player’s name and number, other side has the Cup with the years the B’s have won it – 2011, 1972, 1970, 1941, 1939, and 1929.

Not only can it be worn as a ring, it can also be used as a paperweight, a meat tenderizer, and help you to signal rescue planes should you ever become lost in the Canadian wilderness.

It’s shiny.

And there are 505 of these pretty baubles to go around.

Players got their rings last night at the Boston Harbor Hotel.  Even players no longer with the team, like Mark Recchi and Michael Ryder, came in for the event.  Ryder had to get special permission from his new team, the Dallas Stars, to come.  Sadly, Marc Savard was not able to join the team, as he is still recovering from concussion.

But you know who was there…WUYS fave Tyler Seguin.  Looking very dapper in a pink shirt, btdubs.

Wonder if his mom picked that out for him?

image courtesy of @TheBruinsBlog

Motoscooter & Teen Wolf go to prom!

Looch and the Professor show of their bling.

Ice, Ice Baby.

Gentleman, go ahead and “frost yourself”.  

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  1. Seriously Pissed Reply

    Am I the only one who hates these things? They’re so tacky.

    • But can we talk about how hot Patrice Bergeron is?

      Hot like fire.

  2. Beyond gaudy. But it is the Stanley Cup Ring.
    I don’t think that they actually wear them. They probably just sit in a case and come out at parties.

    Pants and I have a friend who has 2 World Series rings and he NEVER wears them. They are just so…

    • I wore the Red Sox ring in Vegas one night. All night. Had to pry it off my hand when I fell asleep.

      But yeah, they’re way too bling.