I still can’t believe we made it. We won! WE WON!!!
This is what we have waited for so many years and now it’s ours. OURS. No one can steal this win from us, the Cup is ours.
When I look at those moments after the game on the ice, I still have tears in my eyes. Tears of happiness and joy. Tears of pride.
The same tears I had cried when we went through tough and hard times. But back then those tears gave me strenght and made me believe again. Believe in this team and in these wonderful players.
I could reblog all the pictures over and over again, I’ll never get enough of them.
The game-winning goal… Hits… Gamesavers… Captain raising the Cup… Group hugs… Joy… Tears… Laugh… Believe… These moments will stay in our hearts forever! ♥
Now, when we’ve made it, we’ve brought the Cup home, where it belongs, what will we do next? We can celebrate it deservedly but when it’s October again, we must be ready to fight again. Fight in every game. Fight for every single point.
This victory is for those fans who have been there with the team during the good and bad times. Who have always stood behind this team and never given up on faith. Because, as we all know, the faith will pay off in the end. Dreams do come true!
Thank you LA Kings for this wonderful season! Thanks for all the moments you shared with us. Thanks for making our dreams come true. Thanks for everything! We can never thank you enough! ♥
Officials announce there was no Stanley Cup Champion in 2012 or 2014
After review of the 2012 and 2014 seasons, NHL officials were left with no choice but to declare no winner of the Stanley Cup for each season. In a rare twist of events not one single person can remember the Stanley Cup final of either year.
“This is a problem we’ve been trying to understand for years” an unnamed employer mentioned, “when it happened again last year we were all pretty shocked, how can no one win the Stanley Cup? We ran out of options, all we could do was strike those years from our records and act like they never happened.”
When asked if this will effect the credibility of the league, Commissioner Gary Bettman shrugged, “idk we do a lot of stuff that probably effects the credibility of the league.”
For those two seasons now stricken from the record, The Stanley Cup remains blank as seen below.