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Reebok forgets Justin Williams on official LA Kings Stanley Cup Final shirt

Greg Wyshynski
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The Los Angeles Kings shirts commemorating the 2014 Stanley Cup Final, created by Reebok and sold at the NHL Store in Manhattan, look pretty sharp.

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The back of the shirt lists the names and numbers and positions for all the players on the Western Conference Champions’ roster.

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You have Anze Kopitar, the NHL’s leader in playoff points; Marian Gaborik, the NHL’s leader in playoff goals; Drew Doughty, the NHL’s playoff leader in points for a defenseman; Game 3 heroes Jeff Carter and Jonathan Quick; captain Dustin Brown; and 16 other players that have led the Kings to within sniffing distance of another Stanley Cup.

Wait a second … 1, 2, 3, 4 … 19, 20, 21, 22 … um, there appears to be someone missing here. 

Someone important.

Someone that has 10 points in the six Games 6 and 7 the Kings have played this postseason.

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THEY FORGOT TO PUT JUSTIN WILLIAMS ON AN LA KINGS STANLEY CUP T-SHIRT!?

Mr. Game 7? The potentially Conn Smythe winner? One of the main reasons why there’s even a Stanley Cup Final shirt to be made? 

And it's not just that shirt either, according to The Royal Half's mole: 

Well, at least there’s no Brad Doty listed. Silver linings.

If the Kings win the Cup, we'll be sure to check the official gear to see if a potential MVP is left off his team's Cup shirt...

s/t to The Royal Half

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