Two Stanley Cup championship rings stolen from Toronto home

Jan 23 2019, 2:40 pm

A pair of NHL Stanley Cup championship rings have been stolen from a Toronto home.

According to Toronto Police, on Monday, January 21, officers responded to a Break and Enter call in The East Mall and Burnhamthorpe Road area.

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It is reported that two National Hockey League Pittsburgh Penguins 2017 Stanley Cup Championship rings were stolen.

The rings are described as:

– Men’s size Pittsburgh Penguins 2017 Stanley Cup Championship commemoration ring, silver in colour, with an engraving of the National Hockey League logo, the name ‘Gaunce’ and the number 24.

– Women’s size Pittsburgh Penguins 2017 Stanley Cup Championship commemoration ring, silver in colour.

The rings belong to 28-year-old defenceman Cameron Gaunce and his wife Andrea. Gaunce, an Ontario native, played in the Penguins’ organization in 2016-17 when they won the Stanley Cup. He’s now a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning.

His brother, Brendan Gaunce of the Vancouver Canucks, has tweeted about the theft.

“Last night, my brother and sister in laws Stanley Cup rings were stolen. They were being kept in a safe, yet that didn’t stop the culprits from taking the entire safe out of the house. They are clearly recognizable objects,” he said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-2200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).