We don’t mind saying it to you. It’s just our opinion. Some folks probably laughed seeing Jonathan Quick drop three F-bombs during his “speech” (if you can call it that) at the Staples Center. Some probably just shook their head or buried it in the sand. It seemed like the Los Angeles Kings were even a little torn, with a few laughing and few looking like they were trying to fast forward it with their minds.
The folks at KCAL 9 didn’t seem too amused. A couple of our commentators yesterday didn’t either, and they were the first to officially use “classless” as the event’s defining adjective on our site.
“He shoud have known that he was on TV, jeez how classless, its a different story if it was off screen,” said one.
“There’s a proud moment his daughter can watch over and over as she grows up. And for all you future NHL players it’s ok to get drunk and act like a complete ass when you win the Stanley Cup,” said another.
Obviously, athletes can get drunk, and I’m sure Quickie wasn’t the only one who was hammered for his celebration. We don’t care about the drinking. It’s the booze and the F-bombs. And then, when he hears some laughter, he keeps going.
All in all, pretty cringe-worthy.
We did like seeing him back up David Beckham, though. Oh yea, and he says, “sh*t-stomped” here, too:
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