Boston Bruins Celebrated Stanley Cup at Foxwoods’ SHRINE with $100,000 Champagne
The National Hockey League team the Boston Bruins celebrated their Stanley Cup championship and first victory in more than 40 years at SHRINE at MGM Grand at Foxwoods and High Rollers Luxury Lanes & Lounge, the upscale bowling alley at Foxwoods Resort Casino, on Saturday, June 18, following their parade in Boston, Massachusetts, reported the Sun Herald.
The Bruins brought the Cup to SHRINE, the lounge/night club in MGM Grand at Foxwoods, owned and operated by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation in in Mashantucket, Connecticut. The hockey players racked up a bill totaling more than $150,000. When the team arrived at SHRINE, the owners hand delivered a 30 liter bottle of Ace of Spades “Midas” champagne at a price tag in excess of $100,000. One of only six such bottles of champagne in existence, the bottle was signed by every Bruins team member in attendance. It will be featured on display at High Rollers and raffled off at a later date to benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation, the team's non-profit foundation that assists charitable organizations that enhance the quality of life for children throughout New England, reported the Sun Herald.