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Tom Brady gets warning from Stanley Cup after Tampa Bay Lightning title win

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady is no stranger to celebrating championships. The city of Tampa is getting pretty used to it as well, since the Tampa Bay Lightning have won consecutive Stanley Cups, sandwiched around Brady and the Bucs winning the Super Bowl. The Lightning finished off the Montreal...
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Tom Brady has perfect response to talk of tossing the Stanley Cup

You'll recall that quarterback Tom Brady had a really good time at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl boat parade, which included him tossing the Lombardi Trophy to another vessel that had Rob Gronkowski on it (thank goodness it was caught). After the Stanley Cup was won for the second...
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Stanley Cup Final schedule

Best-of-7 series between Canadiens and Lightning-Islanders winner to start Monday in Tampa or New York. The 2021 Stanley Cup Final will start Monday, June 28 with the Montreal Canadiens playing at either the Tampa Bay Lightning or New York Islanders. The Lightning and Islanders are playing Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Semifinals on Friday (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, SN, TVAS).
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Morning Flurries: Tampa Bay Lightning repeat as Stanley Cup champions

What seemed inevitable finally was written in the history books as the Tampa Bay Lightning secured their second straight Stanley Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in five games. This time the Lightning get to celebrate in front of their fans and a packed house at Amalie Arena.
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The Guardian

Lightning strikes twice: Tampa Bay mint NHL dynasty with Stanley Cup repeat

Quieting the din inside Amalie Arena for just a moment, Gary Bettman looked over to the Tampa Bay Lightning and reached back into the dark days of the pandemic perhaps one last time. The NHL commissioner beckoned not just captain Steven Stamkos but the entire team over to touch, kiss...
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Welcome to your nightmare Stanley Cup Final

“Hey, cool - two Eastern teams or two Western teams could play in the Final! It could be Bruins vs. Maple Leafs, or even Bruins vs. Canadiens for the Stanley Cup!”. With the dust settled, it will, in fact, be two Eastern teams playing for the Stanley Cup. Hell, it’ll even be two Atlantic Division teams!
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Former Grand Rapids Griffins player earns second-straight Stanley Cup

Former Grand Rapids Griffins center Stacy Roest will have his named engraved on the Stanley Cup for the second consecutive season. Roest is now the assistant manager and director of player development for the Tampa Bay Lightning, who finished off the Montreal Canadians Wednesday night. The Lightning beat the Canadians 1-0, enabling Tampa Bay to clinch the series 4-1.
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Who Is the Stanley Cup Named After?

While the NHL might sit at the bottom of the North American professional sport power rankings, hockey does have one ace up its sleeve. For all of the league’s issues — ranging from player safety problems to general cultural roadblocks — the Stanley Cup is one of the coolest trophies around. Even if you aren’t a fan of the Tampa Bay Lightning or the Montreal Canadiens, there’s something impressive about seeing the winning team lift a giant piece of silverware bearing the names of former champions.
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Lightning’s Mathieu Joseph making most of Stanley Cup opportunity

If there was any doubt Mathieu Joseph was ready to play in the Stanley Cup final after watching last postseason from off the ice, he’s all but quashed them. With veteran forward Alex Killorn sidelined with an injury, Joseph has been active for the past three games against the Montreal Canadiens. In that time, he’s recorded the first two postseason points of his career, both assists.
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Colorado Avalanche, Presidents' Trophy winners, sit atop betting board to win next Stanley Cup

The Colorado Avalanche have opened as the betting favorite to win the Stanley Cup in the 2021-22 NHL season, according to Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill. The Avalanche, who won the Presidents' Trophy for the NHL's best record this season, are +500 to win next year's Stanley Cup. The Vegas Golden Knights, who eliminated the Avalanche in the 2021 playoffs, have the second-best odds at +550.
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