Oilers GM Ken Holland reacts to fan who flashed the crowd in Edmonton!

Oilers GM Ken Holland reacts to fan who flashed the crowd in Edmonton!

The general manager shocks with comments on the viral video ahead of the Stanley Cup final.

Chris Gosselin

Fans patiently await for the start of the Stanley Cup Final between the Edmonton Oilers and Florida Panthers on Saturday night, but in the meantime, they are still seeing the viral video of the Oilers’ fan who flashed the crowd in Edmonton in Game 6 of the Western Conference final against the Dallas Stars. The video keeps trending and it’s been reported that she has been offered many lucrative deals following her little peep show, getting offers from Internet porn sites, with one offer coming in at $100,000. A rep for The Porn Dude — an adult website that snares over 61 million views a month — said after seeing the woman display her assets during the Oilers vs. Stars Western Conference finals series last month, they want her in front of a cam. The spokesperson said they believe her boobs “were made for porn” — and are offering her a place on their famous PornDudeCasting set.

When Oilers general manager Ken Holland was a guest on the Ermanni and Edwards podcast earlier this week, he was asked about the viral video and stunned everyone when he mentioned that he had heard of it but hadn’t seen it.

“I haven’t seen anything, I’ve heard about it,” Holland said after laughing. “Right now, this city is rocking up here… Passion makes people do all kinds of interesting things.”

GM Holland wants fans to believe that he is not one of the 40.2 million views and plus on X, formerly as Twitter, ever since the video of that particular fan was put up!

However, the general manager is right about one thing: the fanbase in Edmonton and even across Canada has been celebrating as the Oilers headed into the Finals. This will be the first time in 18 years that the Oilers will play for the championship, and they have a chance to bring the Stanley Cup back to Canada for the first time since the Montreal Canadiens in 1993.