VIDEO: Everyone Was Saying The Same Thing About The Jaw-Dropping Female Hockey Fan Who Flashed The Crowd During Edmonton Oilers’ Win Over The Dallas Stars

Edmonton Oilers fanEdmonton Oilers fan (Photo via @KenBoon_79/Twitter)

An Edmonton Oilers fan sent the internet into a frenzy by flashing her bare chest while in the stands during a recent game against the Dallas Stars.

The Canadian side took a 3-2 series lead over Dallas on Friday night and will hope to advance when they play their sixth game of the series this Sunday night.

Still, Friday’s win was enough to leave a particular supporter so overjoyed that she decided to make everyone else happy.

A video shows the fan cheering in the crowd before lifting her Oilers jersey to flash her mammary glands and jiggle them around a bit. She burst into laughter after pulling her shirt down and realizing she was being recorded.

Social media went crazy after watching this Oilers fan flash:

“I feel for bro” said one fan.

“I thought the girl one row down was going to give it a go too” said another fan.

“two minutes for flashing” said one fan.

Hockey chicks always been superior” said another

“Maybe I should start going to more hockey games” said another loving fan.

“They are perfect” said one fan.

“Might be awkward when she walks into the office,on Monday morning. LOL” said another on twiter.

Sadly, we can’t show you the video in this article, but you can find it on Twitter @KenBoon_79 here.

It appears there’s another angle somewhere out there, as another fan was shown recording in the background, almost falling into the seats in front of her while trying to get a good shot.

“The only good thing we have seen in an Oilers jersey,” an X user joked.

“I’m suddenly an Oilers fan,” another declared.

“Maybe I should start going to more hockey games,” wrote another.

Another user added, “Great way to start my Hetero Pride Month.”

“Alright bros, we can do this. Let’s find that @,” an ambitious user said.

The Edmonton Oilers Are Keen On A Fifth Stanley Cup

The Edmonton Oilers are looking to win their fifth Stanley Cup, which would mark their first since 1990. They would also be the first Canadian team to win it since 1993.

The Oilers were the team to beat in the 80s, with Wayne Gretzky helping them win four championships. They won another two years after he was traded.

If nothing else, they should be extra motivated now.

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