It's probably the most storied piece of hardware in sports.

It's the Stanley Cup. This is the only professional championship trophy in American sports to not be re-made every year. It's the same cup since 1893, with players and coaches getting their name engraved on it each year.

Former Washington Capitals goalie, and current Stanley Cup champion Olie Kolzig will be bringing Lord Stanley's cup to Richland to raise money for Autism Advocate.

The event takes place next Tuesday, October 23.

Olie Kolzig celebrates with the Stanley Cup (Getty Images)

Kolzig was a member of the Tri-City Americans before joining the Washington Capitals, where he won 301 games in 711 contests. He is the Capitals goalie coach.