Jun 14, 2014, 9:35 AM EDT
If you missed it during the Los Angeles Kings celebration of their second Stanley Cup in three years, one of the most touching moments came from Kings coach Darryl Sutter’s son Christopher.
Christopher, who has Down Syndrome, joined Anze Kopitar while being interviewed by NBC’s Jeremy Roenick and proclaimed his joy at seeing his father’s team come out on top. You may have read about Christopher during the Stanley Cup Final when he and his father were profiled by the Toronto Star’s Bruce Arthur. If you haven’t read about them, perhaps you should.
Check out how happy Christopher is in this video.
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