Watch: Jake Guentzel signing Natty Ice beer cans: 'I sign it, you chug it'

Guentzel was signing cans of Natty Ice during the Penguins' championship parade.
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Former Hill-Murray hockey standout Jake Guentzel enjoyed the hell out of the Pittsburgh Penguins' championship parade on Wednesday.

Guentzel is already a star after tying the NHL record with 14 postseason goals as a rookie. He scored four goals and added an assist in the Stanley Cup Final, likely finishing just behind Sidney Crosby for series MVP.

During the championship parade, Guentzel hopped off the wagon to sign some autographs, at one point penning his name on an opened can of Natty Ice. That's baller mode at its finest.

"I sign it, you chug it," Guentzel told the fan.

We'll get more from Guentzel when he joins me and Remy on the 100 Podcast this week. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes for cool life and sports interviews with local stars. We're only four episodes in and have already featured Byron Buxton, Stefon Diggs, Greg Jennings and P.J. Fleck.

FYI: Guentzel is 22 so he can do whatever he wants with Natty Ice.

H/T to the Star Tribune for finding the fun tweet with Guentzel in it.

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