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The Stanley Cup Finals is the NHL's annual best-of-seven championship series that pits the best team from the Eastern Conference against the best team from the Western Conference as they battle it out for the right to raise Lord Stanley's Cup. The atmosphere for playoff hockey is unlike any other, and these games are the most important ones these tough players will ever play, so be sure to make it out to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals in person if you have the chance. If you're looking for the cheapest Stanley Cup tickets, find them on TickPick, where you'll save big by NEVER paying any service fees!
Bruins Seek Franchise's 7th Stanley Cup Championship
The Bruins had themselves an excellent regular season campaign in 2018-19, finishing among the league leaders in points before really catching fire in this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs. They now faceoff against the Blues in the championship and should expect a tough series that will require near-perfect play in order to hoist The Cup when all is said and done. Be sure to catch the Bruins live during their Stanley Cup run with the cheapest, no fee tickets on TickPick!
Blues Seeking their First Championship in 2019
The Blues played their first NHL season all the way back in 1967, and despite earning a berth in the Stanley Cup Finals in each of their first three seasons of existence, they've never won a game in the finals, much less won a title. After their auspicious beginnings, the franchise has yet to make it back to the Stanley Cup Finals, until now. This 2019 team is looking to win its first title in franchise history in what's also their first finals appearance in 49 years. They'll look to do what the Brett Hull-led squads and 25 consecutive playoff appearance teams could never do - hoist Lord Stanley's Cup as champions.
2019 Stanley Cup Finals Matchup is Set
The 2019 Stanley Cup Finals will include two teams who fared well in the regular season, then really took off once the playoffs started. The Bruins are vying for their first Stanley Cup victory since 2011, while the Blues haven't made the finals since 1970 and still have yet to hoist Lord Stanley's Cup in victory. This makes this matchup extremely ingriguing, as fans will be tuning in from all over the country to see if the Blues can win its first title, or if one of the league's Original 6 franchises can hold them off and secure its seventh championship. This will be one of the hottest tickets in recent memory in St. Louis, in particular, so if you're trying to save on the cheapest NHL Stanley Cup Finals tickets, find them on TickPick, where you'll save big by NEVER paying any service fees!
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