They did it. They actually did it.
The group planned this for so many months, and they didn't know if they'd actually pull it off. After all, it was quite heavily guarded and always on display. The chances of actually succeeding at this were infinitesimal at best!
Yet on that night, the motley quartet managed to enter the building and walk out with the trunk. They were all masked and wearing suits, and they managed to wheel out their object and place it in the back of the van. They drove off into the distance and all the way to their hideout, and once inside, the group removed their masks, opened the trunk, and stared in awe at their ill-gotten trophy.
The four thieves--Leigh-Anne Worley from St. Paul, Minnesota, Tyler Hawes from San Jose, California, Daisy Bentley from Vancouver, BC, and the group's leader, 21-year-old Dustin Xavier from Edmonton, Alberta--were all amazed at what they had just stolen. After so many months of planning, and years of anguish, they did it.
They had stolen the Stanley Cup. Because, let's face it, that is the only way that this group will ever see the most prestigious trophy in all of sports.