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The NHL's 2017-2018 season came to a close in a most exciting way, with the Washington Capitals defeating the Vegas Golden Knights to bring the Stanley Cup to Washington D.C. for the first time in the franchise's 44-year history. The players were obviously all as hog-wild as can be expected while taking their victory lap around the ice, and one female fan decided to kick things up a notch by pushing her bare breasts against the glass as the guys skated by. Perhaps expectedly, much of the team members' focus was immediately drawn away from the big trophy being carried around before them.
Just in case anyone might have missed the woman showing off some skin for the new NHL champions, she appears in the video at around the four-second mark and is the person that star left winger André Burakovsky happily points to as he's skating by. Having spent many games off the ice due to injuries, Burakovsky had a good run in the playoffs, and deserved some celebration time, which included making sure all the teammates skating behind him were fully aware of the woman in the stands.
In fact, a lot of fans and Twitter users had a laugh at André Burakovsky's enthusiastic appreciation for the boob-er things in life.
The hockey fan's bare-chested display didn't bust(y) up the Stanley Cup celebration very much, since this is potentially a once-in-a-lifetime experience for captain and Conn Smythe Trophy-winner Alex Overchkin and the rest of the squad. But then again, one way to make it even more of a singular experience is to throw some boobs into the mix, so appreciation goes where appreciation is due.
Understandably, after NBC cameras got their first glimpse of the woman's breasts in the crowd, coverage went to other areas of the rink, though this footage will definitely live on forever. We probably shouldn't expect the woman to get her own 30 for 30 doc on ESPN, but maybe they'll run out of material one day.
The NHL season may be over for now, but that just means free agency and all the other offseason fun is about to begin. In the meantime, take a moment to remember that time Fox Sports aired what sounded like porn during a hockey game, and then jump over to our summer premiere schedule to see what new and returning shows will be pressed up against your TV screens in the coming weeks.