Details are far from set but it is very likely the Stanley Cup, hockey’s famous championship trophy, will be visiting Biddeford with Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman and Biddeford native Brian Dumoulin on Wednesday, Aug. 3.

“It’s August 3rd until we’re told it’s not August 3rd,” said Pete Dumoulin, Brian’s father.

The Penguins won the NHL championship by beating the San Jose Sharks 3-1 in Game 6 of the best-of-seven series. Dumoulin, an NHL rookie, played a key role in the playoffs, logging the second-most playing time on the team in the Stanley Cup finals and scoring the first goal in the series-clinching win.

It is tradition for each member of the winning organization to have a period of time to share the Stanley Cup with family and friends.

Pete Dumoulin said specific plans for when and where the Stanley Cup will be on public display have not been finalized.