WATCH: Tampa Bay Lightning booze-fueled Stanley Cup celebration in locker room

The Lightning are celebrating with plenty of fluids in the locker room following their 2nd straight Cup win.


It was legendary Seinfeld eccentric character Cosmo Kramer who famously said, "The media was swarming! Champagne was flowing! I can't tell you how great it is to win!" after he "won" a Tony Award for a production that he had no part of. 

And unlike his buddy Jerry's quip of "That's because you didn't win", the Tampa Bay Lightning did indeed win. 

The Bolts earned their second Stanley Cup in a row and third in franchise history with Wednesday night's thrilling 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in front of better than 18,000 at Amalie Arena in downtown Tampa Bay. 

The celebration was just getting started on the ice as the final seconds ticked down to zero, as well as in the stands and the thousands gathered outside of the arena. And after the handshakes with their opponents, the Conn Smythe Trophy announcement and the traditional Stanley Cup skate and team photo, it was back to the locker room. 

And yes, the champagne (as well as several other alcoholic beverages) were indeed flowing. Captain Steven Stamkos entered the dressing room with the Cup raised high into a sea of champagne and beer. Check it out below: