After whom is the Stanley Cup named?

creator of the ice hockey rules
governor of Canada
a great hockey player
canadian town of Stanley
The trophy is named for Lord Stanley of Preston, a Governor General of Canada, who sup­port­ed and promoted ice hockey. He awarded the first cup (then named Dominion Hockey Chal­lenge Cup) to Canada's top-rank­ing amateur ice hockey club in 1893.

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creator of the ice hockey rules
governor of Canada
a great hockey player
canadian town of Stanley
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flagthe United States
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flagthe United Kingdom
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governor of Canada
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a great hockey player
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canadian town of Stanley
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