Andrew Ference is no stranger to creativity. He was, of course, the brains behind the legendary Boston Bruins jacket that was given to the team's best player after each win during their Stanley Cup title run in June.
Last month, Ference told Jimmy Murphy of ESPN Boston that his day with the Stanley Cup would be unique and would "one-up everyone else."
Monday was Ference's turn with the Cup; and after a few visits around Boston's North End to a local firehouse and hospital, a small parade was held in his honor. The celebration on Hanover Street would be interrupted by one of the most unusual sights ever witnessed during a player's day with the Stanley Cup: a flash mob formed and began a synchronized performance ending with the crowd surrounding Ference as he held the Cup above his head.