While the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues continue their epic battle for the top prize on the ice, “The Office” co-stars John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer continue their Stanley Cup trash talk on social media.
In case you missed it, the two NHL teams are gearing up for game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals, a tiebreaker that will determine which team comes out on top.
Throughout the entire series, Jim and Pam of the beloved comedy series have been talking smack to one another on social media.
49-year-old Fischer is all about the Blues as she was raised in St. Louis, Missouri while Krasinski, 39, is known as a die-hard fan of the Boston Bruins.
Well, the duo’s rivalry continued on social media ahead of game 6, where the Blues had an opportunity to take the crown as they were ahead 3-2 in the series.
While speaking with NBC News on Sunday, Fischer stated that the feud between her and Krasinski had “been going on for a long time”.
“When we were shooting the show, the Red Socks and the Cardinals were in the World Series. And [costar Phyllis Smith] and I — Phyllis is from St. Louis — we would be in my trailer cheering for the Cardinals, and he had [costars B.J. Novak and Steve Carrell] in his trailer cheering for the Red Sox. And they swept us in 4.”
“It is my turn. It is my turn to rub it in his face, So let’s go Blues!” the actress said excitedly.
Unfortunately, the Blues weren’t unable to snag the win, losing 5-1 to the Bruins. But, thankfully for the “A Quiet Place” actor and director, his team has a chance to nab the Stanley Cup, and he made sure to let Fischer know.
Make sure to tune in to Wednesday’s game 7, where fans will finally see which team hoists the coveted Stanley Cup trophy and which “Office” alum will get the last laugh.