Is it Bowman's turn with the Cup, or the Cup's turn with Scotty?

When it's Scotty Bowman's turn with the Stanley Cup, it's more of a trip back home for the silver chalice, writes Scott Burnside.

Updated: September 4, 2008, 12:48 PM ET
By Scott Burnside | ESPN.com

EAST AMHERST, N.Y. -- When the Stanley Cup arrives at Scotty Bowman's comfortable home outside Buffalo, the greatest coach of all time is in the shower after an early-morning round of golf with his son, Stan.

Bowman's wife of 39 years, Suella, is in her work clothes trying to get the backyard ready for guests.

Two of her four grandchildren, Stan's boys Will (named after Grandpa, with whom he shares a birthday) and Camden, are helping with pompoms and teddy bears sporting ...

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