The only thing more popular than Jarret Stoll most of the day on Sunday in Saskatoon was the special guest he brought along with him - the Stanley Cup.

But for one very young fan, seeing Stoll was far more important than seeing the Cup itself.

Seven-year-old Adam Silbernagel first met Stoll - now a 32-year-old forward for the Stanley Cup-champion Los Angeles Kings - about five years ago. Silbernagel was diagnosed with Stage 4 kidney cancer when he was 18 months old. While he was undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments, mom Donna heard that "this nice hockey player was coming" to the hospital. The hockey player turned out to be Stoll, who has now won two Stanley Cups with the Kings.

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