Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup for the second time

Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup for the second time
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On Monday night, the professional ice hockey team, the Tampa Bay Lightning, got the Stanley Cup for the 2nd time when it defeated the Dallas Stars by 2-0 in Game 6.

The Dallas Stars appeared to struggle in all matches, which saw Tampa Bay took advantage of sloppy penalties and an underperforming offense.

Brayden Point counted score his playoff-best fourteenth goal, which helps finish off the most uncommon NHL (National Hockey League) postseason in the history, staged almost completely in quarantine amid pandemic Coronavirus.  Moreover, the time was hitting zeros with no supporters, and fans in presence started a celebration for the team that suffered several years of playoff grief and 2 months in quarantine.

Tampa Bay Lightning got the Stanley Cup for the second time
Tampa accomplished the Cup for the second time,
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Coming back to home with the Cup

Victor Hedman, defenseman who was given the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, said that it takes a lot to in the bubble for eighty days or whatever long it was. He added that, but it is all valued now, and they are coming home with the Cup.

Scores from Blake Coleman and Brayden Point and twenty-two-save shutout by Andrei Vasilevskiy in the Game six were sufficient to rule the Tampa Bay Lighting to some familiar territory.

The hockey team earlier got the Stanley Cup in 2004 under John Tortorella (the head coach) as it defeated the Calgary Flames by 2-1 in game seven. Furthermore, Tampa Bay Lightning had accomplished twelve playoff seasons, 3 ending in the final matches.

Jon Cooper, head coach, previously had taken Tampa Bay Lightning to the Cup finals in 2015 but

unfortunately, they lost it against the Chicago Blackhawks by 2-0 in Game 6.

The Cup is presented by the Commissioner Gary Bettman, and that’s an unreal moment for the captain of Tampa Bay Lightning.

Stamkos (who appeared for a very short time but scored a goal) said that these last 6 weeks have been really emotional for him and his family, not only on the ice but off the ice. He continued that he just wants to say to his family that he loves you guys so much and also to all other friends and people who supported them along the way. He concluded, saying that they love you, and they can’t wait to celebrate with you.