In his first season as head coach with Metallurg Magnitogorsk of the KHL, Mike Keenan led them to the Gagarin Cup title, winning in seven games over Lev Praha. The long-time NHL bench boss became the first North American coach to win the championship, 20 years after he celebrated his first Stanley Cup with the New York Rangers.
As the Metallurg players took their celebrations from the ice to the dressing room, Keenan had some fun himself signing
Keenan wasn't done there. He then busted out some Frank Sinatra with members of his staff:
What's amazing, aside from him partaking in Russian karaoke, is that after all the celebrating on the ice and in the locker room, Keenan's suit still looks in mint condition. And of all the numerous alcoholic beverages consumed during the partying, apparently not a drop landed anywhere on him.
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