Brad Marchand Admits ‘Stanley Cup Champions’ Tattoo Was Originally Misspelled as ‘Champians’

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Brad Marchand Admits 'Stanley Cup Champions' Tattoo Was Originally Misspelled as 'Champians' Brad Marchand knows that the Stanley Cup celebration of him and his teammates was a bit “excessive,” but fortunately for the young Bruins winger, the damage isn’t permanent.

Marchand, in a diary entry for ESPN.com, explained that a tattoo he got after the Bruins won it all back in June turned out to have a little bit of a typo.

“Let me clear something up,” Marchand said. “After we won, a bunch of us got tattoos here in the dressing room of the [TD] Garden. Mine originally was misspelled. Instead of saying Stanley Cup Champions it said Stanley Cup Champians. I don’t even know how that happened.

“After I got it, I came in the room and someone was like ‘it says champians … with an a,'” he added. “So I went back and the tattoo guy fixed it after that.”

So wait — you’re telling me that getting a tattoo in a locker room is a potentially horrible idea? You learn something new every day.

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