Found May 16, 2012 on Busted Coverage:

Of course you weren’t watching the end of last night’s Kings-Coyotes game because it was a blowout and most of you live east of the Mississippi. What you missed was Coyotes fan greeting Dustin Penner in the penalty box with a Triple H ‘Suck it’ that was pretty good stuff for those of us paid to sit through this garbage.

The Coyotes might be getting swept, but at least they’re winning the superfan battle.

Thanks, Suck It Guy.


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