The Tampa Bay Lightning won their second Stanley Cup in a bubble environment last fall in Canada and delayed their banner ceremony until fans could return to Amalie Arena.

Friday night, the team received the final commemoration of its championship run with the presentation of its Stanley Cup rings.

The rings, made by Josten, feature approximately 557 diamonds and 81 blue sapphires. There are 25 carats total of gemstones.

Among the details: 

The Lightning logo consists of diamonds and sapphires and an image of the Stanley Cup is made up of diamonds. There are an additional 27 sapphires on the top of the ring to represent the number of the years the franchise had been in existence before last year's win.