The team beat 2–0 in the sixth match of the Dallas Stars NHL final series and clocked a 4–2 victory in its entire match series.

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Lightning striker Pat Maroon dusted a thick cigar after a match played in Edmonton to the beat of Canadian musician Drake’s hit Back To Back.

Early Tuesday morning in Finnish time, Maroon became the eighth player in NHL history to win the Stanley Cup in two different clubs in consecutive seasons.

He gained access to a trophy that has been circulating since 1893 in the ranks of the St. Louis Blues in the summer of 2019.

The achievement of the 32-year-old American is tough.

Many NHL players can only dream of the Stanley Cup throughout their careers.

Since the expansion of the NHL in 1967, only Cory Stillman and Claude Lemieux have been able to do the same.

Stillman celebrated championships at Lightning (2004) and Carolina Hurricanes (2006).

In 2005, the NHL season was not played due to a lockout.

The winning clubs in Lemieux were the New Jersey Devils (1995) and the Colorado Avalanche (1996).

The players of the new champion team also got rid of the coarse in the team’s locker room.

The Stanley Cup trophy toured from one man to another.

The heroic characters sip a spur of thirst at the end of their long contract.

Emotions were also on the surface on the side of the narrative.

Tampa radio narrator Dave Mishkin glowed with Lightning’s players ’flair as the last day the championship was confirmed.

His experienced pair of rods reacted more moderately to what had happened.