The 2016 Calder Cup Champion Lake Erie Monsters. (Source: WOIO)

A monster party took place on Gateway Plaza Tuesday evening as the Lake Erie Monsters celebrated a championship win with their fans.

Fans got had a chance to see the Calder Cup up close and personal at the event. The players were there as well, still enjoying their Saturday night series-clinching overtime win over the Hershey Bears.

The cup hasn’t been celebrated in Cleveland since 1964, when the Barons defeated the Quebec Aces.

Mayor Frank Jackson also proclaimed Tuesday to be Lake Erie Monsters Day in Cleveland.


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