Jarret Stoll in Saskatoon

Jarret Stoll brought the Stanley Cup to Royal University Hospital on Sunday morning. (Philip Pritchard/Twitter)

It may be too hot for hockey, but the biggest prize in the sport is in Saskatoon today.

Thanks to Los Angeles Kings centre Jarret Stoll, the Stanley Cup is making a stop in the city this afternoon.

Stoll, who is from Neudorf, Sask., will be at Kiwanis Park with Lord Stanley from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. CST.

While the event is a chance for hockey fans to celebrate the Kings' victory, Stoll is also using the opportunity as a fundraiser.

The event is raising money for children and families at Royal University Hospital.