Twitter Celebrates LA Kings’ Historic Stanley Cup Victory

Twitter Celebrates LA Kings' Historic Stanley Cup Victory
By Amanda Walgrove
  • After 45 years, the Los Angeles Kings had yet to reign over the NHL with a Stanley Cup win. Until last night.

    At the Staples Center on Monday, the Kings became the second eighth-seeded hockey team to take the grand title after beating the New Jersey Devils 6-1 in the sixth game. With teamwork and the recognized efforts of playoff MVP goalie, Jonathan Quick and a power play by captain Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter and Trevor Lewis, the team quickly picked up speed, pulling themselves within reach of the coveted Stanley Cup.

    Upon the announcement of the victory, Brown snatched the Stanley Cup from Commissioner Gary Bettman and lifted it over its head towards the audience. Despite the weight of that thing, he was lifting a 45 year legacy off of his shoulders, showcasing the prize for his fans.

    Meanwhile, Twitter was abuzz with excitement and congratulations:




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