Ice Hockey Fan Steals The Show In Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup Celebrations As She Gets Her Boobs Out On Live Tv

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WASHINGTON CAPITALS may have won their first Stanley Cup but it was a female flasher that stole the show in Vegas.

After Barry Trotz’s side beat the Las Vegas Golden Knights to ice hockey’s biggest prize, one fan left all eyes on her as she pressed her boobs up against the glass during the Capitals’ victory lap.

MSNBC One Washington Capitals fan can be seen flashing her boobs as Alex Ovechkin paraded the Stanley Cup

MSNBC Star winger Andre Burakovsky applauded the supporter after clearly being impressed by what he saw

MSNBC Other members of the Capitals side skated over to get a glimpse of the boobs on show

Swedish winger Andre Burakovsky was clearly a fan of what was on sight after applauding the opportunistic supporter, as Conn Smythe Trophy winner Alex Ovechkin paraded the trophy.

While other members of the squad skated over to get a glimpse of the goods as they revelled in their success.

The Capitals beat the Golden Knights 4-3 in the fifth game, as they won the best-of-seven final series 4-1.

It was the club’s first triumph in the Stanley Cup in their 44-year history – as fans finally saw their side win the coveted trophy after their 1998 final heartbreak against the Detroit Red Wings.

MSNBC The female supporter stole the show in Vegas after she got her breasts out on live TV

AP:Associated Press Washington Capitals celebrate after beating the Las Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 to win 4-1 in the best-of-seven finals

AP:Associated Press Danish ace Lars Eller netted the winner for Barry Trotz’s side as they sealed their first Stanley Cup title in their 44-year history

While it was Washington’s first major sporting title since the Washington Redskins won the Super Bowl in 1992.

Speaking after the match, match-winner Lars Eller said: “It means everything, you couldn’t write the story better.”

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While Canadian goaltender Braden Holtby added: “In between the second and third we had the same feeling in our locker room, no-one was panicking and everyone was confident. We knew we could pick it up a level and everyone did an absolutely amazing job.”

Here is some reaction on Twitter about the ecstatic fan…




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