Jenna Fischer Had A Message For ‘The Office’ Castmate John Krasinski After The Blues Won The Stanley Cup


John Krasinski pulled off an extremely Jim-like prank at Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, but the actress who played his wife on The Office definitely got the last laugh. Krasinski went to TD Garden to see his Boston Bruins take on the St. Louis Blues, of whom Jenna Fischer, who played Pam on the show, is a big fan.

The two had had a friendly rivalry during the series, posting videos and messages to one another as the teams battled through six games. But before Game 7, he invited David Denman, who played Pam’s first fiancé Roy on The Office, to the game for the ultimate troll.

The Bruins, however, lost Game 7 on home ice, 4-1, which means the Blues won the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history. Fischer, despite losing the prank war, definitely won the hockey side of things. And she celebrated after the game by posting a video to Instagram.

Laura Branigan’s “Gloria,” which became an anthem for the Blues and their fans this year after the team started playing in the locker room after wins, plays in the background while Fischer is icing a blue and yellow cake. She writes “GLORIA” on the cake as the song plays, and then she starts screaming in celebration.

“John Krasinski, I got my ‘Gloria’ cake and I’m gonna eat it, too!” Fischer said, beginning to dance around with the cake. A few other Office castmembers got in on the celebration: Angela Kinsey, who played Angela, and Blues fan Ellie Kemper, who played Erin. Kemper posted her own celebratory photo on Thursday as well.

Not every member of Dunder Mifflin got to be happy about the result of Game 7, but at least someone got to eat some cake.