The Pittsburgh Penguins are back-to-back Stanley Cup Champions, and they are letting the world know it on social media.
Players, owners, fans and even restaurant chains celebrated after the Penguins won their second straight Cup.
Forward Jake Guentzel, who tied the record for goals scored by a rookie in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, posted a photo of his family with the Cup.
Evgeni Malkin has been in this position before, but he still likes the feeling of hoisting the Cup. And taking a celebratory selfie with teammates.
Nick Bonino put his baby in the Cup.
Penguins owner Mario Lemieux is no stranger to winning it all.
Even former Penguins got in on the celebration. Beau Bennett, who was traded to the Devils after Pittsburgh's 2016 Cup win, weighed in.
The Penguins second straight title also got plenty of respect from the other sports teams in their own city.
Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell has been one of the most vocal supporters of the Penguins throughout their run.
Actor Joe Manganiello, a Pittsburgh native who will host the NHL Awards on June 21, was pretty excited to see another Cup in the Steel City.
Bakery chain Tim Horton's also had a congratulations for their former employee, and back-to-back Conn Smythe winner, Sidney Crosby. Crosby and Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon have teamed up the past two summers to work for the Tim Horton's in their hometown of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia. Luckily for everyone it's a temporary position.
The Penguins are pretty good at this hockey thing, and there were no shortage of well wishes for the back-to-back champs.