Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford drops f-bombs during celebration speech (video)
In front of jubilant fans as far as the eye could see, Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford gave one of best, albeit brief, profane speeches ever during the Stanley Cup championship celebration in downtown ChiTown. Although the racy language was much to the delight of his teammates and fans, it likely was much to the chagrin of the FCC, as the festivities were being broadcast live on Chicago television stations.
Crawford manages to drop a variation of the f-bomb twice in approximately in about fifteen words. Impressive.
Crawford, while rocking a pair of mirrored aviator sunglasses that very well could have been lifted from a “Top Gun” exhibit at Planet Hollywood (if they were still around), had the following to say: “Fu**in’ right, Chicago! (indecipherable)…fu**in’ worked their nuts off for this trophy! Wooooo!!!”
In case of, you know, duh: Video contains profanity. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED:
Awesome. Let your f’n freak flag fly, Corey Crawford. And never take off those shades, dude. You’re going to need them if you want to be Patrick Kane’s wingman this summer. Get it? Wingman? “Top Gun”? Not working for you? Fair enough.