Less than a week removed from the L.A. Kings' first championship, the team continues to celebrate. Given the late-night television appearances and the constant spotlight, you'd think that players might be a bit more rehearsed at public speaking than they were immediately after the conclusion of the Cup-clinching win in Game 6. If you thought that, though, you'd be wrong, as goaltender Jonathan Quick proved on Thursday.
During a Stanley Cup party at the Staples Center (after the team's parade in downtown L.A.) that was broadcast live on the NHL Network, the Conn Smythe winner delivered a speech even more profane than the exuberant explosion of teammate Dustin Brown shortly after the team had won the Cup. The MVP dropped at least three F-bombs before an NHL broadcaster chimed in to apologize for the offensive words. Despite the earmuffs-needed language, those in attendance at the arena showed nothing but love for the 26-year-old star.
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