Ducks' Corey Perry pays tribute to 9/11 firefighters [video]
The reigning NHL MVP visited Fire Dept. of New York's Engine 34, Ladder 21, which lost 21 firefighters while taking part in rescue efforts at the World Trade Center on 9/11. Perry had the opportunity to listen to their first-hand accounts of that tragic day and thanked them for their service and dedication to the community.
Perry, who presented the firefighters with a framed Ducks jersey as a tribute to the memory of those who died on 9/ll, also got the chance to talk hockey. The station has its own hockey team and even has its own version of the Stanley Cup -- a silver cooler with a silver cup on top.
Check out the video below to see more from Perry's visit:
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Photo: Ducks forward Corey Perry, left, visits with New York City firefighters during a station visit on Wednesday. Credit: Getty Images