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Even Las Vegas has never seen such parties! NHL champions celebrate historic victory

Date: June 22, 2024 Time: 15:30:11

Even Las Vegas has never seen such parties! NHL champions celebrate historic victory

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The day the last bans were lifted in Sin City!

June 17th is a rare day when everything that happens in Las Vegas goes far beyond its borders instead of staying there. The Golden Knights are celebrating winning the Stanley Cup and doing as well as they do their job.

The Knights’ championship parade followed the standard pattern: in sunlight the players toured the city by bus, and at dusk they moved to the large stage in front of the home stadium.

The trio of athletes celebrated the most spectacular victory. The top scorer of the last playoffs, Jack Eichel, actively interacted with the fans. For example, in half a minute of live communication, the American managed to take a photo, give an autograph, give a chain, find a club flag in the crowd and run with it in his hands.

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Jonathan Marchesseau had a heavier load. The playoff MVP, as expected, arrived at the parade with his personal trophy: the Conn Smythe Award. Periodically, he passed the award to the partners, but only to twirl in front of the audience with the team’s cup.

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Stronger than the rest, William Karlsson “broke apart.” During the day, the Swedish striker, perhaps more often than others, posed with the Stanley Cup.

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At night, the prey was less and less available to him. William obviously overindulged in alcohol and by the end of the celebration he was very slowly putting words into sentences. At one point, it took Karlsson 40 seconds to utter two sentences and hand over to Marchessault. To avoid further language difficulties, the organizer even took the microphone from the attacker.

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Whether leaving the stage or entering it, William lost his balance under the weight of positive emotions.

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Ivan Barbashev also went down four years ago, celebrating a win with St. Louis. This time the Russian corrected himself. “I haven’t fallen yet. I hope this doesn’t happen. I have a couple of cool seat belts, which I don’t really see,” Ivan told reporters from Las Vegas.

The honor organizers also found a way to show off their skills. With the help of several dozen drones, they managed to build the Stanley Cup in the sky.

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At the same time, nothing happened to the original version of the trophy. Unlike the Colorado players, who did not handle the trophy last year in the most careful manner, the Knights were eminently honorable and left the trophy unscathed. However, he has a long journey ahead through different cities and countries, and who knows what else can happen.

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Puck Henry
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