Los Angeles Kings Ice Girl Fall Amazing! Hannah Hunsinger Video After Stanley Cup Win Shows Danger Of High Heels

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Hockey fans all across Los Angeles celebrated when the Kings won the Stanley Cup on Friday night. But one member of the Kings Ice Crew, Hannah Hunsinger, nearly managed to overshadow the big victory.

After the game, Hunsinger made the mistake of trying to walk across the ice in high heels. Hannah Hunsinger FallUnsurprisingly, she quickly  fell on her behind. And luckily, (for us, anyway), her fall just happened to take place just as Mario Solis of NBC Los Angeles was filming a live segment.CrewHannah Hunsinger, nearly managed to overshadow the big victory.

As a result, Hannah Hunsinger’s fall on the Los Angeles Kings ice rink was broadcast to NBCLA viewers. And it was not long before the video went viral around the country.

Watch video of Hannah Hunsinger falling after the Los Angeles Kings’ Stanley Cup victory.

And if you can’t get enough of Hannah Hunsinger’s fall, check out a GIF of the moment here via Deadspin.

Thankfully, we can laugh about Hannah Hunsinger’s fall, as the Los Angeles Kings ice girl member is doing okay. NBC LA’s Instagram page even posted the below photo to prove it.

“Yes, I am ok, and you would think after skating on the ice, I would be ok with walking on it, but that wasn’t the case!” Hannah Hunsinger said after video of her fall went viral.

Indeed, Hannah Hunsinger had a good sense of humor about her viral fall video. A few hours after the clip of the Los Angeles Kings ice girl went viral, she posted the below photo on Instagram. She captioned the pic, “It’s all about the recovery! Can’t say the same about the Rangers though,” referencing the Kings’ Stanley Cup opponent.

Per Fox Sports, this was Hannah Hunsinger’s third season with the Los Angeles Kings Ice Girls. She was thus also part of the squad when the Kings won their last Stanley Cup title in 2012. Ironically, she also appeared in a video after that victory. Sadly, this clip was a lot less humorous, but we still embedded it below.

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