Sharks’ Martin Havlat salutes the LA Kings fans

Not really sure what’s going on here – you be the judge…

The above video is of Martin Havlat scoring the first goal for the San Jose Sharks in last night’s 5-2 loss to the Kings. For what it’s worth, according to one report, during the post-game media scrum Havlat denied he was flipping off the crowd.  What do you think?

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Comments

  1. Whether or not Havlat did it intentionally he would’ve denied it in the press. He has to get suspended right? Roger Goodell would suspend him 25 games…

  2. Index finger.

  3. I can count two fingers on both sides, so that is definitely the middle finger

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