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Cheers & beers: Penguins 'party hard' during Stanley Cup victory parade

| Thursday, June 15, 2017, 12:06 p.m.

Where there's a Stanley Cup victory parade, there's a lot of beer.

The Penguins, a team whose goal song is "Party Hard," didn't disappoint in their celebration antics.

Olli Maatta was virtually the unanimous parade MVP, as chronicled by the crew at Pensburgh .

But there were plenty of party animals to go around.

Justin Schultz was among the showstoppers, and he shared a truck with Maatta, which may explain the end result of Maatta's day.

The image of Schultz walking while chugging as made its rounds on social media, with creative use of Photoshop.

Brian Dumoulin, who you may recall declared that, in celebration, he was going to return to Pittsburgh and drink a lot of beer.

Dumoulin was taking handouts during the parade Wednesday.

Ian Cole made one girl's day entire life.

Here are some other Penguins celebrating.

Penguins' Justin Schultz chugs a beer in front of the crowd during the Penguins victory parade in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, June 14, 2017.
Shane Dunlap
Penguins' Justin Schultz chugs a beer in front of the crowd during the Penguins victory parade in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, June 14, 2017.
Jake Guentzel pumps up the crowd during the Pittsburgh Penguins victory parade on Wednesday, June 14, 2017.
Nate Smallwood | Tribune-Review
Jake Guentzel pumps up the crowd during the Pittsburgh Penguins victory parade on Wednesday, June 14, 2017.
Olli Määttä (left) and Justin Schultz wave to the crowd on the Boulevard of the Allies during the parade Wednesday, June 14, 2017, celebrating the Penguins' Stanley Cup win,
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Olli Määttä (left) and Justin Schultz wave to the crowd on the Boulevard of the Allies during the parade Wednesday, June 14, 2017, celebrating the Penguins' Stanley Cup win,
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