NH corn maze pays tribute to Stanley Cup winners

Posted Aug. 25, 2011, at 8:57 p.m.

CONWAY, N.H. — Hockey fans who want to relive the Boston Bruins winning the Stanley Cup can capture the moment — in a New Hampshire corn maze.

The image of goaltender Tim Thomas raising the trophy has been carved into a 12-acre maze at the Sherman Farm in East Conway.

The maze will be open to visitors on weekends, starting Sept. 17. It will take most visitors about an hour to find their way through it.

Michele Sherman-Dutton says the family loves hockey. They had planned a different design, but changed their mind when the Bruins won. The Maize Company in Utah accommodated them.

 

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