Lightning Stanley Cup championship rings have even more bling this year

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The second ring has even more bling.

The Tampa Bay Lightning received their Stanley Cup Championship rings on Thursday and you may actually be able to see them from space.

Tweet from @TBLightning: Let’s take a closer look. 😍 pic.twitter.com/NuPg9E94ap

The rings, made by Jostens, have 31.67 total carats of gemstones, compared to last year’s 25. Even the untrained eye could probably tell.

Each ring, like last year’s features every player’s unique signature, name and number plus the results of their four series and the phrase “Back 2 Back.”

New this year?

These rings flip open, like a book, to reveal some hidden secrets to the team’s success.

Tweet from @RealStamkos91: 🔥 pic.twitter.com/gQS34UyxX7

The inside of the ring features coach Jon Cooper’s motto “Work over hope, process over outcome.” It also says “Cup Parade Repeat” in reference to their second straight boat parade through the city of Tampa.

The other side of the flipped open portion of the ring says “Last Day of School” which players used a a way to realize that with free agency and the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft happening, the entire group would not be returning to attempt the three-peat.

Tweet from @TBLightning: Things @patmaroon did: THAT. pic.twitter.com/iFQRijReTx

The only question now is, which ring to wear on the left hand and which to wear on the right?

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