The Florida team won the sixth final game against Dallas with 2-0 can now rejoice over the club's second title, and the first in 16 years.

For the team's Swedish Victor Hedman, it is the very first Stanley Cup victory.

Tampa Bay was in control of most of the night's match.

The team put pressure on the Dallas goal from the first change, but it took a numerical superiority halfway into the first period for the zero to be broken.

Brayden Point put 1-0

When Dallas 'John Klingberg got to sit in the penalty box after a trip, the entire playoffs' goal king Brayden Point only needed half a minute to put 1-0.

The Canadian almost got an open street when the Dallas defense looked at the puck and let Point take care of his own return.

Blake Coleman was able to extend his lead in the second period and despite a final forcing, Dallas was never really close to coming back in the goal record.

And the shots that came could goalkeeper Andrei Vasilevsky counter.

Empty stands

Tampa Bay had to cheer in front of empty stands in Edmonton, but back home in Florida, hundreds of supporters had gathered outside Amalie Arena to watch the match on a big screen.

And there the big cheer broke out when the final signal went and Tampa Bay won the final series with 4-2 in matches.