June 14 , 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar (middle) and forward Dustin Brown (right) and defenseman Matt Greene (left) hold the Stanley Cup during the Stanley Cup victory parade and celebration.
Kings captain Dustin Brown hoists the Stanley Cup during a parade and rally Thursday celebrating the team's Stanley Cup championship in Los Angeles.
Lining the streets
Kings forward Kyle Clifford waves to fans along the team's victory parade route in Los Angeles.
Kings forward Colin Fraser waits on the bus with his family prior to the team's Stanley Cup victory parade.
A truck full of Kings ice girls leads the team's Stanley Cup parade Thursday in Los Angeles.
Voice of the people
Bob Miller, longtime Kings announcer, is greeted by fans before the start of the Stanley Cup victory parade. The Kings celebrated their first NHL championship in the franchise's 45-year history.
I hope those are temprary
Corey Brankin and Johnny Castellanos, of Lancaster, Calif., cheer on the Kings during their Stanley Cup victory parade in Los Angeles.
Double-decker buses loaded with the Kings players, staff and family membets head down Figueroa Street during their victory celebration and parade in Los Angeles.
Catch a glimpse
Hockey fans try to watch the parade celebrating the Kings' Stanley Cup championship from a freeway overpass in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday.
All decked out
Kings center Mike Richards, defenseman Drew Doughty, left wing Dustin Penner and right wing Jeff Carter ride a double-decker bus down Figueroa Street in LA.
The Kings and fans celebrate the team's Stanley Cup win in downtown LA.
Kings fans line the route during the team's Stanley Cup parade.
Roarin' good time
Kings mascot Bailey high-fives the fans outside Staples Center before a parade celebrating the team's Stanley Cup win in Los Angeles.
No lion, they're having fun
A lion mask-wearing Kings fan, Addie Miller, greets team mascot Bailey before the start of the Kings' victory celebration and parade near Staples Center.
One to watch
The Kings' Jordan Nolan, Dwight King, and Jeff Carter watch a video of their journey through the playoffs celebrating the team's Stanley Cup championship Thursday at Staples Center.