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The avalanche Byram was almost thrown out of the Stanley Cup parade by a police officer who didn't know he was a player.

Jun 26, 2022; Tampa, Florida, USA; Colorado Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog (92) celebrates with the Stanley Cup after the game against the Tampa Bay Lightning in game six of the 2022 Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
June 26, 2022 Sun; Tampa, Florida, USA; Colorado Avalanche's left-wing Gabriel Landescog (92) celebrates at the Stanley Cup after playing against Tampa Bay Lightning in Round 6 of the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals at the Amalie Arena. Required Credits: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY SportsTPX Today's ImagePhoto: Geoff Burke /USA TODAY Sports

This is why we always check parade routes.

Colorado Avalanche defense Bowenbyram was about to be kicked out of the Colorado Championship Parade when police officers thought he was a civilian who had jumped over a barricade.

Police officers tried to get Byram, who was carrying his beer, out of the center of the street, despite his protest. It was captured in the video. Fortunately, some Avalanche fans were able to convince the officers that Byram was on the team and he was allowed to continue.

Earlier, Byram told reporters, "I don't remember much for the past four days (because Colorado defeated Tampa Bay and won the Stanley Cup)."

Byram left the truck he was riding to take a picture with his fans and was mostly with his fans.

Byram in Cranbrook, British Columbia was not done. When the Avs player was introduced, he came out when teammate Erik Johnson was called in during the player introduction.

On the other hand, when the Stanley Cup was mistakenly delivered to the couple, more hygiene occurred in Denver.

Instead of going to Team Captain Gabriel Landeskog, I went to the Hilltop district of Denver.

Fox 31 reported that Kit Karbler won the cup.

"They had the wrong address for the Stanley Cup and delivered it to my house instead of Randeskog," he wrote in the Nextdoor app. "I saw it on the driveway and touched it!"

Philip Pritchard, the keeper of the Hockey Hall of Fame cup, said, "I didn't really know how many houses there were." He told Flynn that there was confusion and decided to knock on the door. ..

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