Trolling the Pittsburgh Penguins in any way, shape or form is fun.
Even if we're talking about literal penguins.
Sampson Coe, a Centreville, Va. native and avid Caps fans, traveled all the way to the Antarctica Peninsula to remind actual penguins who the Stanley Cup champions are.
Coe posted a photo of himself on Facebook rocking a red Stanley Cup champions t-shirt with the caption, "Travelled all the way to Antarctica just to remind the penguins in person that we got the cup!"
Travelled all the way to Antarctica just to remind the penguins in person that we got the cup! #ALLCAPSPosted by Slampson Ko on Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Coe and his wife are in the middle of a one-year sabbatical that's taking them around the world.
“Been planning something along those lines since we booked the trip last year, well before the boys lifted Lord Stanley," Coe told the Washington Post.
“[We] had to pack light given the amount of ground we’re covering, so I only have a few T-shirts in the rotation,” Coe said. “I made damn sure that the Caps and Nats were represented.”
While those cute penguins must have been very confused, Caps fans will certainly love Coe's commitment.
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