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July 1, 2017 @ 7:12 am

Episode 037: The Clarence S. Campbell Bowl

Today I cover the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl. Constructed in 1878, but not brought into the NHL until 1968, the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl has a mysterious past. However, since its introduction into the National Hockey League, everyone has been able to keep close tabs on it. It has served a few purposes throughout its life; currently it serves as the trophy given to the Western Conference champions of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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