Stanley Cup Final shirtless kid interrupts interview Photo Credit: ESPN For the second straight game, a shirtless kid photobombed an ESPN interview during the Stanley Cup Final.

Get ready for the next great sports meme, “Shirtless, flexing, yelling hockey kid.”

A young Florida Panthers fan who fit every part of that description turned up for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final in Florida.

Seated right by the ice, the kid photobombed an in-game interview between ESPN on ABC reporter Emily Kaplan and Edmonton Oilers head coach Kris Knoblauch.

As Kaplan asked Knoblauch about the Oilers’ first goal of the series, the kid stood behind them, flexing and yelling or screaming.

If the scene looked very familiar, it’s because the kid pulled the same stunt for an interview during Game 1.

Fans on social media seemed to appreciate the kid’s enthusiasm.

This is the second game in a row that the young Panthers fan has done this, flexing in Game 1 of the series in an eerily similar situation.

Keep this up and the anonymous kid is going to need an agent. The least his family could do is buy him a Panthers shirt he can wear to stay warm between his photobombing appearances.

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