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Couple sues Stanley Cup champions for ruining sex life

The Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings are responsible for destroying the sex lives of two grandparents, according to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ Sports.

Trina and Dino Adam say they were at the team's Icetown sports center in Riverside, Calif., in January for their granddaughter's birthday party. They say they were celebrating in a special room away from the rink when a puck zipped in and struck Trina in the head.

According to the suit, she was knocked cold, suffering multiple serious injuries. In fact, Trina says less than a week after the incident she lost her balance as a result of the lingering effects of the puck injury and tumbled down a flight of stairs, fracturing her wrist.

Dino says he's suffered too, claiming he's lost the "enjoyment of sexual relations" with his wife.

The couple is suing the Kings organization for medical expenses and other damages.

Couple sues Stanley Cup champions for ruining sex life 07/25/14 [Last modified: Friday, July 25, 2014 10:22am]
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