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Bend It Like… Dustin Brown?: A Hollywood Ending To The Stanley Cup Playoffs
June 12, 2012
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While the eyes of the sports world are on the Euro 2012 soccer tournament, the world's most famous soccer player spent last night watching hockey.

David Beckham and his sons watched the Los Angeles Kings defeat the New Jersey Devils 6-1 to win the Stanley Cup - becoming hockey royalty and champions for the first time in the club's 45-year history.

David Beckham and Sons


Beckham wasn't the only star at the Staples Center last night. Besides the ones on the ice making history, there were plenty more in the stands watching it take place.

Matthew Perry


Alyssa Milano


David Boreanaz


Along with the famous faces at the game, some others took to Twitter to celebrate:

Josh Duhamel

Marlon Wayans

Ryan Seacrest

Erin Andrews

Colin Hanks

Ellen DeGeneres

Piers Morgan

Earlier this season, we asked some friends of the show for their predictions on who would take the Cup this year. And Alan Thicke nailed it: he called the Kings winning the whole thing way back in March. Check that out below, along with Mark Kelley's Best Story Ever, which involves a great time with the Stanley Cup:

Canada Roars - Alan Thicke Predicts the Kings' Win - In March!

BEST STORY EVER: Mark Kelley On Partying With The Stanley Cup


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