Kings’ Dustin Brown Brings Home Stanley Cup For Chocolate Milk Treat
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — What did L.A. Kings captain Dustin Brown do with the Stanley Cup when he woke up this morning? Drink chocolate milk and blow bubbles out of it, of course!
Browns’ two sons, Jake and Mason, dressed in matching Spider-Man pajamas, played in the backyard of their Manhattan Beach home with the Stanley Cup as mom Nicole Brown shot video of the scene.
Brown was the first player of the team to get the coveted trophy and he deserved it after helping his team shut out the New Jersey Devils at the Staples Center on Monday night with a 6-1 win. Brown also tied with Anze Kopitar for league lead with 8 goals.
The next stop for the Cup will be the L.A. Kings Parade, which will take place in Los Angeles on Thursday. After fans get a glimpse of the Cup, it will begin its journey to each players home.
Today Brown posted on his Twitter account saying, “Woke up this morning. Feel the same way. It hasn’t worn off. Not sure it ever will. Special group. #2012stanleycupchampions”
Isn’t victory sweet?