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We’ve all done it. Tried to be funny and edgy and just come off as insensitve and offended someone. Here’s the trick: say your sorry, and move on. Don’t try and defend yourself, because it only makes everyone more mad. Guess what Cubby Tees did?
This Photo Of A Blackhawks Fan Who Got Hit In The Face With A Puck Gets Way More Graphic After The Jump
As you may have heard, the Los Angeles Kings are Stanley Cup champions this year. And as the buzzer sounded on Game 6, clinching the title, the team did what teams always do when they win a championship: go nuts. This video, taken from the front row by the team pile-up, is just awesome.
Of course, the main story of last night’s Stanley Cup Finals action was that the Kings won the Cup. It’s what you wait all year to see. But that’s not all people were interested in.
Ever wondered what the Kings winning the Stanley Cup would look like? After 45 years of being in existence, the Los Angeles Kings have made your dream a reality, besting the Devils in Game 6 at home, 6-1. Dustin Brown did a good job of summing things up in the celebration as well. Check out the final buzzer after the jump.
A brutal boarding penalty, in which the Devils’ Steve Bernier sent the Kings’ Rob Scuderi to the ice bloody, essentially doomed the Devils tonight. During the ensuing five-minute penalty, the Kings scored three goals, putting the game out of reach early. Video after the jump.
The always colorful Canadian commentator (alliteration!) Don Cherry was back at it last night, folks. Following Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals, which the New Jersey Devils won 2-1, Cherry demonstrated his North American patriotism in refusing to succumb to the repulsive metric system.
Hey, remember when Charlie Sheen was a thing? That was weird, right? “Winning,” news show interviews, various zany catchphrases, and whatnot? It all seems so long ago – which is probably for the best – but it doesn’t mean he stopped being Charlie Sheen. Which is maybe not for the best.
Well, the Devils lived to fight another day last night, downing the Kings 3-1 and forcing a Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals, to be played in Newark on Saturday. Especially impressive was how they fought through… certain distractions to do it.