Lord Stanley of Preston, then the governor general of Canada, donated what'd become known as the Stanley Cup as an amateur ice hockey award all the way back in 1892. It's tradition for NHL champions to eat and drink out of the oldest existing trophy a professional sports franchise can win. But the Cup has many more uses than just that. Including a number of things that'd make consuming food or beverage from the Cup an act of bravery. It's been a prop in the act of an exotic dancer. And a baptismal font. And, yes, a toilet. So the Stanley Cup trophy has done and seen more than Forrest Gump. Check out some of the most memorable Stanley Cup adventures (and misadventures).