The Boston Bruins don't have to "dream on" about winning the Stanley Cup anymore, as they recently won the NHL championship for the first time since 1972. Now, hometown boys Aerosmith have gotten in on the celebration.

Aerosmith recently posed with the prestigious trophy at their Massachusetts studio, Pandora's Box, where the group is busy recording its next studio album. Several pictures of the band members posing with the Cup, including the one above, have been posted on the band's official fan site, Aero Force One.

The Stanley Cup was brought to the studio by members of the Bruins' training staff at the request of Aerosmith's producer Jack Douglas. It marks the second time the trophy has made its way to Pandora's Box. In 2003, New Jersey Devils player Jay Pandolfo brought it to the studio, too.

According to Aero Force One, the band used to rehearse in the visiting locker of the old Boston Garden in 1972, the last time the Bruins won the Stanley Cup.

Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton recently posted a video message updating fans on the band's progress with Douglas in the studio. Watch that clip here.

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