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L.A. mayor drops f-bomb to celebrate Kings' Stanley Cup win

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The mayor got a big response after saying the Kings third Stanley cup was a big deal - with an f-bomb for emphasis. (Source: KCAL/KCBS/CNN) The mayor got a big response after saying the Kings third Stanley cup was a big deal - with an f-bomb for emphasis. (Source: KCAL/KCBS/CNN)
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LOS ANGELES (CNN) - Although the mayor dropped an f-bomb, the Los Angeles Kings were treated like royalty on Monday, as they paraded through the streets of downtown L.A.

The city honored the team with a victory parade and a rally, in which Mayor Eric Garcetti cursed to make his point about the team.

"There are two rules in politics: they say never ever be pictured with a drink in your hand and never swear, but this is a big f---ing day, way to go guys," Garcetti said to a cheering crowd.

The Kings beat the New York Rangers for hockey's highest crown - The Stanley Cup. This is the team's second Stanley Cup in three years.

The team bested the Rangers 3-2 in a thrilling Game 5 at the Staples Center in double overtime Friday night.

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