Sons of Kings captain drink from Stanley CupTo the victors go the...chocolate milk?
Whoever said champagne was the celebratory drink of choice never met Los Angeles Kings' captain Dustin Brown.
On Tuesday morning, Brown replaced the classic celebratory beverage with something even sweeter: chocolate milk. He then pressed record as his two young sons, dressed in matching Spiderman outfits, drank chocolate milk and blew bubbles into the historic trophy. Watch the video here!
Brown was the first player to take home the Stanley Cup after Monday night's 6-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils. Brown also made an appearance with the Cup on Tuesday night's showing of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
The Stanley Cup's next appearance will be on Thursday at the L.A. Kings victory parade. The trophy will then be passed on to Kings' players and staff members for their individual days of glory with Lord Stanley's Cup.
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