For the first time in franchise history, the Los Angeles Kings are truly Kings of the hockey universe. The 45 year old franchise dominated the New Jersey Devils in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals Monday night by the score of 6-1.

Los Angeles began the playoffs as an unlikely victor. No puck pundicts picked them, because they were an 8 seed. Now, they're world champs.

Kings goalie Jonathan Quick (pictured left) was named playoff MVP, earning himself the Conn Smythe Trophy.

Dustin Brown scored 3 goals in the win. He also dropped an F-Bomb when being interviewed in the immediate aftermath of winning a championship. Amid all the excitement, the only thing he'd probably like to have back is that word. Or, maybe he doesn't care. The only thing on his mind right now is most likely euphoria. After all, his team just won the Stanley Cup. You can watch the interview below and judge for yourself.

Click here for a hockey expert's breakdown of the Kings championship. It comes to you from the Yahoo! sports blog Puck Daddy, and is written by Greg Wyshynski. Enjoy.