Each member of the Boston Bruins is supposed to get a day with the Stanley Cup, and winger Nathan Horton had a parade planned in his home town of Dunnville, Ontario. But the person bringing the cup got to the airport 23 minutes before the flight was to leave, and Transportation Security Administration rules say that all checked baggage must get to the airport no less than 30 minutes before the flight leaves. So they would only allow the cup to be placed on a later flight, causing it to arrive late.
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