Winning the Stanley Cup is the biggest thing that could ever happen to you if you play hockey. It’s the ultimate goal, and when it happens, it deserves to be celebrated wildly.
The party usually goes on for days—sometimes even weeks—and who could, for example, ever forget about that time Alex Ovechkin won his first-ever Stanley Cup? The celebrations went on forever, they simply never stopped, and that’s why we love it so much.
There’s no trophy in the world that’s harder to win, so when a team goes all the way, they deserve to just forget about everything else for a while.
The Vegas Golden Knights won their first Stanley Cup earlier this week after a conniving win over the Florida Panthers at T-Mobile Arena in Game 5. The party started immediately, and it’s been a thrill following the team’s celebration since.
Many of the players went out in Sin City’s nightlife, and a parade through the strip is scheduled on Saturday.
There are a lot of different ways you could celebrate winning the cup. Some like to party, and some like to spend time with their families, but I don’t think we’ve ever heard of someone celebrating it like Jack Eichel is this Friday.
The fast-food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers announced on social media on Wednesday that they got a new employer, by the name of Jack Eichel.
That’s right, the recent Stanley Cup champion, who scored six goals and recorded 26 points this playoff, will be working at the restaurant’s drive-thru window.
”Calling all Vegas Caniacs + hockey fans! We’re so excited that Champion @jackeichel is working our Drive Thru tomorrow! Make sure to swing by at 3:00pm PST to see him serving up some Box Combos!” They said on Twitter.
They later rescheduled it to Friday, but it’s still happening.
Eichel isn’t exactly known for sitting in the penalty box, but he’ll be handing out those box combos in Las Vegas Friday. So if you’re feeling up to get your food served by a Stanley Cup champion, this is the moment you’ve been waiting on.