Dustin Brown drops an f-bomb on live TV (Video)
Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown was very excited after his team won the Stanley Cup on Monday night. He also gave us a lesson in what happens when you do a live TV interview immediately after a game ends.
This is what happens when you go for a live TV interview with an emotional player immediately after a game. Especially when it's involving a team that just won a championship.
Sometimes bad word slips through.
As NBC's Pierre McGuire was interviewing Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown just moments before he was handed the Stanley Cup after their Game 6 win on Monday night, Brown gave the world his thoughts on winning the championship.
"That's why we [expletive] play."
And here's the video, and it goes without saying that there is a profanity in there, so use your best judgement if watching at work or around the kids.
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