Nikita Kucherov is having a great time in the wake of winning his second successive Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The 28-year-old as of late handled an underwriting manage Bud Light after a shirtless question and answer session in which he a few lagers, gotten down on the Montreal Canadiens fan base and went after Marc-Andre Fleury for prevailing upon the Vezina partner Andrei Vasilevskiy.
Kucherov is presently adding more fuel to the fire by donning an “$18 million over the cap T shirt.
There probably won’t be a NHL player more loathed than Nikita Kucherov at the present time. First it was his epic rant against Montreal Canadiens fans — and Marc-Andre Fleury — in his postgame public interview after the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup.
Presently, Kucherov has gone full heel in the most ideal manner conceivable. On Sunday, Kucherov posted an image of himself out on a boat holding both the Stanley Cup and the Lombardi Trophy skilled to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prior in the year. While a flawless picture all alone, it’s the shirt Kucherov is wearing that has delivered the most waves out of hockey fans.
The shirt, from Smack Apparel, peruses “18M over the cap” with an image of Kucherov drinking a brew at his postgame presser.
Talk about master level savaging by Kucherov here. Broadly in the standard season, Kucherov spent the whole year on harmed hold while recuperating from a medical procedure yet returned the end of the season games to net 32 focuses in 23 postseason games. When Kucherov returned the end of the season games, the Lightning went over the compensation cap by $18 million, causing numerous hockey fans to cry cap circumvention.
Presently, Kucherov is turning the tables and gladly displaying his group’s unbelievably legitimate and savvy — yet a smidge unscrupulous — list moves for the world to see.
I, for one, love Kucherov accepting his lowlife status since winning consecutive Stanley Cups. The hockey world necessities its saints and lowlifess, and Kucherov is having his influence flawlessly.