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Newborn Steals Show During LAT Stanley Cup Visit

Lord’s Stanley Cup made a stop at the Los Angeles Times office on Thursday and this adorable newborn stole the show.

Let’s hope it didn’t leave a little surprise for the Cup handlers.

[H/T Baxter Holmes]

LA Kings Fan Takes Out Ad in The Star-Ledger

Just in case you forgot who won the Stanley Cup last week, a bold Los Angeles Kings fan took out this classified ad in The Star-Ledger in New Jersey.

This is what happens when you have a 45-year drought. You do stuff like this.

[H/T ProHockeyTalk]

One Last Kings Goof from the Local Media

The Lakers parade?

Really?

Force of habit?

This marks the end of an embarrassing few weeks from the local TV media.

You have four months to study up on hockey before the 2012-13 season starts in October.

[H/T Puck Daddy]

Jonathan Quick Fires F-Bombs Past the Censor Goalie

I had the pleasure of attending the Los Angeles Kings rally this afternoon at Staples Center where a highly intoxicated Jonathan Quick gave an epic speech that featured multiple F-bombs.

Clearly nobody learned from Dustin Brown‘s potty mouth from Monday night, eh?

Poor KCAL, who happened to cut live just prior to Quick’s outburst.

(Insert the standard “if you’re offended” apology here.)

Vin Scully Calls in to Surprise Bob Miller on ESPN 710

For years, Los Angeles Kings broadcaster Bob Miller was the odd man out when it came to championship rings compared to his peers in Chick Hearn (nine) and Vin Scully (six).

That’s why Scully made sure he publicly congratulated his close friend by calling into ESPN 710 on Tuesday and welcoming him to the championship ring club.

And if you wondered how Miller would have called the final seconds of Game 6, ESPN’s Arash Markazi has the audio:

Bob Miller Gets His Hands on the Stanley Cup

In his 39th season as the “Voice of the Kings,” Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Miller finally got the chance to lift the Stanley Cup.

Captain Dustin Brown presented the 73-year-old with the trophy at the postgame party.

[H/T Rich Hammond]

NBC Sports Flubs LA Kings Merchandise Email

Silly of me to think that after winning the 2012 Stanley Cup, the Los Angeles Kings would actually be referred to as the Los Angeles Kings.

Nope.

The latest flub during this two-month playoff run comes to us from NBC Sports, which sent out their Stanley Cup merchandise email with the subject line of “Mavs Win!”

Cut. Copy. Paste. Fail.

[H/T Deadspin]

Dustin Brown Wins Stanley Cup, Drops F-Bomb

Ahhh, the joys of live television.

Fresh off a 6-1 victory and the first Stanley Cup in the 45-year history of the Los Angeles Kings, captain Dustin Brown dropped an F-bomb in his postgame interview with NBC’s Pierre McGuire.

It’s a miracle this kind of thing doesn’t happen more often. Seriously.

More LA Kings coverage to come on FishbowlLA leading up to Thursday’s parade and championship rally.

[H/T Larry Brown Sports]

99 Cents Only Store Jumps the Stanley Cup Final Gun

It seems like the folks at the 99 Cents Only store were prepared for a Los Angeles Kings sweep Wednesday night based on their two ads in Thursday’s Los Angeles Times.

If for some reason the Kings choke and don’t win the Stanley Cup, I know who to blame now.

[H/T CBS2]

Fred Roggin Failed to Get Stanley Cup Final on NBC

Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final just wrapped up and if you don’t get the NBC Sports Network at home, you’ve missed the last two Los Angeles Kings home games.

NBC4 sports anchor Fred Roggin tried to get his station to air the games locally but didn’t have any luck, according to SportsByBrooks.com:

The good news is NBC will carry the remaining Stanley Cup Final games. Game 5 is Saturday night in New Jersey.

[H/T SB Nation]

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