Tampa Bay won the Stanley Cup by knocking down the Dallas Stars 2-0 in the sixth final. The team immediately hosted on ice to air their second championship in club history.
The Lightning team received congratulations from the club owner immediately after the championship From Jeff Vinik in the form of a video call. After the congratulations, the sparkling drink was put to flow.
The sparkling drink was drunk naturally from the Stanley Cup.
– Drink the boys !! Tampa Bay glowed On Twitter.
Striker Pat Maroon bait Blake Colemanin 2-0 hits. Maroon has been familiar with celebrating the Stanley Cup since last spring, as he was also winning the championship last year at the St. Louis Blues.
Maroon is the eighth player in NHL history to have won the Stanley Cup in consecutive seasons on various teams. Last time I was able to do the same trick Cory Stillman, who raised the trophy in 2004 in Tampa Bay and in 2006 in Carolina Hurricanes. During 2004–2005, there was no play due to a lockout.
Maroon posted striking videos on his Instagram account soon after the match. In the first, he drinks a sparkling drink straight from the Stanley Cup.
The attacker also holds a trophy in his hand and burns a cigar. He glows his successive championships to the beat of Drake’s Back to Back song.
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Coleman, meanwhile, posted on his Instagram account series of pictures, where he raises the Stanley Cup, kisses the trophy and apparently shouts at the fullness of his heart.
– Dreams come true!! caption reads.
However, the party is nothing without it. Maroon’s spouse posted a screenshot of the couple’s video call in their own Instagram account stories. On the call, the spouse Francesca and those close to Maroon congratulate the fresh master.
– I can’t wait to see you dear. I’m so proud of you, he wrote.
In one video, Maroon smokes a cigar Zach Bogosianin with who in turn holds a can of beer on his head. The video shows the spouses of the duo.
Maroon scored 1 + 5 in 25 playoffs this spring.
According to a story released by ESPN last week, NHL teams have been harassed by the fact that families have not been able to get inside the Bubble. Players were promised that their families would get to Bubble by the conference finals.
However, the NHL later stated that it did not receive an exemption from the government. Getting non-Canadian Canadian families to Bubble would have required 14 days of quarantine, which was virtually impossible for many.