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Mob shows up for the Cup

Andrew Ference brought the Stanley Cup to the North End yesterday, and a flash mob broke out in celebration. Andrew Ference brought the Stanley Cup to the North End yesterday, and a flash mob broke out in celebration. (Bill Brett for The Boston Globe)
By Mark Shanahan & Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / September 6, 2011

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Bruins star Andrew Ference brought the Stanley Cup around the North End yesterday, but the most memorable part of the event was the flash mob that surprised spectators in front of the Prado. More than 100 dancers, who’ve been practicing on the down low, showed up to entertain Bruins fans with the dance. The routine certainly surprised employees at nearby restaurant Nico, who were already standing on chairs to get a view of the Cup. “It was fun,’’ said Nico’s Kristina Matarazzo. “It came out really well.’’ If you want to be around for the next surprise dance fest, you should keep an eye on @bostonflashmob on Twitter, where the group did a good job of notifying fans about the event.