Apparently the puck was neglected by the Rangers while they celebrated the end of their 54-year Stanley Cup drought, so Vancouver Canuck player Tim Hunter picked it up and gave it to then Canucks owner Arthur Griffiths after the game in the locker room...
"When I went into our dressing room after the game to talk to the players, Tim Hunter was sitting in his stall head down, in fact blood dripping from his eyebrow," said Griffiths, who owned the Canucks from 1988 to 1997.
"He looked up at me then bent down to pick up the puck," Griffiths said. "He told me while all the players were celebrating he saw the puck in the corner and picked it up, then gave it to me."
Today, that puck is framed with a ticket stub from the game in Griffiths London flat...
"How many New York Rangers fans would like to have their hands on that?" said Griffiths.
...that is complete BS. He should be forced to give that puck to the Rangers organization. Awful, just awful.