The Denver Pioneers won the NCAA hockey national championship with a 3-2 victory over Minnesota Duluth on Saturday night at the United Center, good for DU’s eighth national title:

Pioneers goaltender Tanner Jaillet — winner of the 2017 Mike Richter award for nation’s top goaltender — was outstanding in the win, stopping 38 of the 40 shots Minnesota Duluth put on goal.

And after the game, ESPN’s Quint Kessenich got an interview with Jaillet, which included a casual F-bomb from the goaltender:

“We stuck to our gameplan, we made plays, and we fuckin’ won.”

Fair enough! Kessenich either completely missed the F-bomb or smoothly played it off and continued the interview.


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