A news segment on KTLA-TV featuring a staged on-ice brawl between two reporters and the mascots of the Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils ran off the rails when one of the reporters started spanking the Devils mascot.
Allie MacKay was teamed up with Kings mascot Bailey, while Doug Kolk was teamed up with the NJ Devil. After Kolk initiated the brawl by sliding into Bailey's legs, Bailey jumped on top of him. The Devil tried to pull Bailey off of Kolk, and MacKay then tried to pull the Devil away.
That's when things went south, as MacKay for some reason decided to start spanking the Devil, prompting one of the news anchors in the studio to retort "Allie pulled out her bedroom move".
After Bailey got up from Kolk and gave him a slap on the rear end for good measure, the Devil wound up as if he were going to slap MacKay. Believe it or not, MacKay was going to let him, saying "Yeah, go ahead", before the Devil thought the better of it and held off. MacKay skated away, seemingly unhappy, saying "I got denied by a devil."
To wrap up the segment, one of the studio anchors said "They're all going to the penalty box", prompting the co-anchor to reply "Something tells me they probably would enjoy it".
MacKay admitted on the air to "completely regretting this", but she's going to have to live this for a while now that the video has went viral. Maybe the next time MacKay does a segment like this, she can keep her mind out of the gutter.
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"No and I don't care," the veteran said after practice on Sunday.
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When Peter DeBoer had finished tossing verbal bouquets toward his captain, Zach Parise, the New Jersey Devils coach had an odd request for the assembled media at the Prudential Center.
"I think you guys just [ticked] him off," DeBoer said. "Keep doing it."
Parise's tour de force performance in the Devils' 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings in Game 5...
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LA KINGS 40-27-1595 pts, 8th in Western Conference, 13th in NHLvsNEW JERSEY DEVILS48-28-6102 pts, 6th in Eastern Conference, 9th in NHL
Devils Won Season Series 2-0
Kings lead Stanley Cup Final 3-1
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The New Jersey Devils defeated the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 tonight to force a Game 6 in LA Monday night.
I believe all the pressure is now on the Kings to win Monday (their game 7) in order to avoid making another cross-country trip and face even more pressure of a real Game 7 on Wednesday.
Watch the game-winning goal from Bryce Salvador midway through the 2nd period.
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from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, It is a pleasure to spend time around a successful coach such as Pete DeBoer, who doesn’t feel the need to belittle professional journalists covering the Stanley Cup playoffs or strike a pose as the man who wants to win more than anyone else in the world.
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