Kings Use ‘Jersey Shore’ Characters to Taunt Devils in Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final (Photo)


The Los Angeles Kings continue to roll through the Stanley Cup playoffs, just one win away from winning it all, and they also continue to "troll" their way through.

There's no question that the Kings have been far and away the league's best team in the last month, and in the process of winning 15 games, L.A. has gotten some notoriety for off-ice things as well. The most notable would, of course, be the team's use of their Twitter page which has been highly publicized.

The Cup Final shifted to Los Angeles on Monday night for Game 3, and the Kings and their fans were ready. With the Devils in town, it only made sense that the Kings call on Jersey Shore in their attempts to mock New Jersey. 

Waiting for the Devils behind their bench was a set of oversized cardboard cutouts with the faces of the stars from the wildly popular MTV show. 

See Bailey, the Kings' mascot, holding a couple of those behind the Devils bench in the photo below.

Kings Use 'Jersey Shore' Characters to Taunt Devils in Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final (Photo)

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