Super Bowl trophy on view at New Hampshire State House

  • The Vince Lombardi Trophy on display at the New Hampshire State House on Monday. Ethan DeWitt photos / Monitor staff

  • The Vince Lombardi Trophy was on display at the New Hampshire State House on Monday. Ethan DeWitt—Monitor staff

  • Lucas McNeil and his mom, Jill, of Pembroke wait in line at the State House to see the Patriots’ trophy. The two waited for an hour to be first.

Associated Press
Published: 5/13/2019 10:43:31 AM

New Hampshire football fans got a look at the New England Patriots’ latest Lombardi Trophy when it made an appearance at the State House.

Gov. Chris Sununu hosted a reception Monday in the Executive Council chambers. Fans took photos with the trophy claimed by the Patriots in January when the team won its sixth Super Bowl championship. The trophy was dented by tight end Rob Gronkowski when he bunted a baseball thrown by wide receiver Julien Edelman during the home opener for the World Series Champion Boston Red Sox.

The team mascot, Pat Patriot, was on hand, along with a representative from the Patriot cheerleaders.




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