Television networks might want to consider using a five-second delay for these Stanley Cup championship parades.
Kings goalie Jonathan Quick dropped a few F-bombs during last year’s victory rally in Los Angeles, and his Blackhawks counterpart, Corey Crawford, followed suit Friday afternoon in Chicago.
After being presented with the Hawks’ ceremonial “championship belt” by Conn Smythe winner Patrick Kane, Crawford took the microphone and shared his thoughts on Chicago’s second title in four years. His remarks weren’t exactly family-friendly, but the estimated two million fans gathered at Grant Park didn’t seem to mind.
Check out an edited version of the speech in the video below. (via CSNChicago.com)