The Stanley Cup went down a waterslide during day with Penguins goalie

The Stanley Cup spent a day in Cary, North Carolina, with backup Penguins goalie Jeff Zatkoff, and Zatkoff and his friends kept cool on a hot day by (very carefully) taking the Cup down a waterslide.

Video courtesy of my boss's wife. Lord Stanley in the pool in Cary, NC. pic.twitter.com/MYh6E94WGd

— JENNqvist (@PensHockeyQueen) July 14, 2016

Zatkoff didn't see much action during the year, but when starter Marc-Andre Fleury and backup Matt Murray were sidelined due to injury, Zatkoff stepped in and played two games against the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.

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Jeff Zatkoff stops for a bite during his #stanleycup tour back in his home town. @NHL @HockeyHallFame @penguins pic.twitter.com/0v9aAnZI3Z

— Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) July 13, 2016

(Thanks to Deadspin for sharing this video.)