Kings vs. Blackhawks: Alec Martinez forgets to open his water bottle

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

The bottles are out for revenge.

SB Nation 2014 NHL Playoff Bracket

Water bottles continue to steal the show in the 2014 NHL Playoffs.

Players have squirted water into opponent's gloves, gotten fined for squirting water and squirted other star players in the face. It's sort of getting out of hand.

Well, the water bottles want everyone to know that they won't stand for this blatant abuse any longer. They're making a stand, starting with poor, thirsty Los Angeles Kings defenseman Alec Martinez.

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So that's their plan. The water bottles are going to fight against their captors by dehydrating them to death. We should've seen this coming.

It's a brilliant strategy against the Kings, since their captain has a history of water bottle problems.

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