BIDDEFORD — The Stanley Cup, in the one-day possession of Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Brian Dumoulin, will be on display from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at Biddeford Ice Arena.

Dumoulin is a Biddeford native who has won championships at the high school, college and professional levels.

Dumoulin and the Stanley Cup will get a firetruck ride to the arena from Biddeford High. The route will be South Street to Elm Street and then a turn onto Route 111/Alfred Road.

City Councilor John McCurry and state Rep. Martin Grohman (D-Biddeford) are expected to honor Dumoulin outside the rink.

After that, the Stanley Cup will be in a viewing room. The public is welcome to see and take pictures with it.

Players and personnel from the NHL championship team traditionally get a day with the trophy. This will be the trophy’s second trip to Maine this summer.

On Aug. 2, it was on display at Colby College’s Alfond Rink with Waterville native Andy Saucier, the Penguins’ video coach.

Dumoulin helped Biddeford High win state hockey titles in 2007 and 2008, his sophomore and junior seasons.

“As a freshman he had the poise of a senior,” said Jamie Gagnon, Dumoulin’s coach at Biddeford. “It became pretty apparent that he was a special player. I don’t think any of us can say we knew we’d be throwing this (Stanley Cup) celebration, but it was pretty clear that he would be playing hockey well beyond his high school years.”

While finishing his senior year at Biddeford High, Dumoulin played one year for the Manchester Junior Monarchs in New Hampshire, earning Eastern Junior Hockey League Player of the Year honors.

As a freshman, Dumoulin helped Boston College win the NCAA title in 2010. The Eagles added another in 2012, after which Dumoulin gave up his final year of college eligibility to sign with the Penguins.

After playing mostly in the American Hockey League for three seasons, Dumoulin became a regular in Pittsburgh’s lineup this past season.

The Penguins capped their title run with a Game 6 win at San Jose. Dumoulin scored the game’s first goal – his second of the playoffs – after not scoring in 79 regular-season games.

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