Cup Chronicles: Moscow to Massachusetts

Anze Kopitar brought the Stanley Cup to his hometown of Jesenice, Slovenia. AP Photo/Matej Leskovsek

Dodger Stadium. The ESPYs. A movie set. The Stanley Cup has already logged plenty of frequent flyer miles this summer, and the Kings organization has only just begun it's time with the trophy.

Slava Voynov and Andrei Loktionov both spent their day with the Cup in Russia; Voynov in his hometown of Chelyabinsk, Russia, and Lokitionov took it just outside of Moscow.

Anze Kopitar brought the Cup home to Jesenice, Slovenia, where he started the day in the backyard of his family's home and ended with a visit to the Church of the Assumption, a 15th-century Baroque-style place of worship located in the Julian Alps, according to NHL.com.

Backup goalie Jonathan Bernier received the Cup in Laval, Quebec, which is also the hometown of New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur.

Simon Gagne brought the Cup to a golf course in Quebec City, making it the centerpiece at his annual golf tournament to benefit children's cancer charities.

The Cup's next stop was Massachusetts where Rob Scuderi got his second day with the Cup, four years after winning the Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins.