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Mario Lemieux plunges into Sidney Crosby's pool during Cup party

Matt Rosenberg
| Tuesday, June 13, 2017, 11:49 a.m.
Mario Lemieux speaks to the media after the Penguins won the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday, June 11, 2017, at Bridgestone Arena.
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Mario Lemieux speaks to the media after the Penguins won the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday, June 11, 2017, at Bridgestone Arena.

It's not a party until someone ends up in the pool with their clothes on.

And when that someone is Mario Lemieux, then you really have something going.

Twitter user Michael ( @M_Shel6 ) posted a video of Lemieux partying in Sidney Crosby's backyard Monday night, a few hours after the Penguins returned home with the Stanley Cup .

Lemieux is no stranger to Stanley Cup celebrations involving pools. After the Penguins won the title in 1992, the Cup ended up at the bottom of the in-ground pool at his Mt. Lebanon home. Last season, a night before the Penguins' victory parade, Lemieux hosted another pool party.


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