Jonathan Quick Drops Double F-Bomb During Kings Stanley Cup Celebration

Jonathan Quick doesn't give a shit about your silly rules, FCC. During the Los Angeles Kings victory celebration at Staples Center Thursday, the Conn Smythe Trophy winner dropped not one, but two f-bombs during his brief speech.

"How about this fuckin' team right here?"

Seemingly at a loss for words the second he picked up the mic, Quick just let it flow ... and boy, did it ever flow.

Fox Sports West broke in immediately and apologized, which might have ruined the moment a little bit, but in reality just made it a million times more hilarious.

After he composed himself a bit, Quick actually was pretty poignant with the mic, thanking his teammates and the fans and all that typical stuff. Safe to say that'll be the most memorable moment of the afternoon, wouldn't you agree?

Stick with this StoryStream for full coverage of the Kings' parade. For more on the team, check in with Jewels From The Crown or SB Nation Los Angeles.

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