Stanley Cup Finals
Canadiens are the Kings of The CupThe Stanley Cup Finals era has a long and storied history, crowning a number of different franchises (18 in total) as its champion since its inception, but no franchise is close to as decorated as the Montreal Canadiens, an Original Six franchise that has played in a total of 34 finals while winning 24 of them, both records that dwarf the totals of the the next-best totals of the Red Wings' 24 appearances and Maple Leafs' 13 victories. Montreal is only bested by the New York Yankees' total of 27 championships as the winningest franchise in all of professional sports. Current Cup HoldersThe most recent team to hoist The Cup are the Pittsburgh Penguins, who defeated the San Jose Sharks in six games to claim its fourth Stanley Cup Title (they also won it all in 1991, 1992 and 2009). Led by their superstar captain Sidney Crosby, who cemented any shred of doubt of his status as an all-time great with his second title, this team overcame early-season struggles to finish strong and embark on a surprising run to glory. The Legacy of The CupThe Stanley Cup, or "Lord Stanley's Cup" as it's often referred to as, is the trophy given to the champion of the National Hockey League every year. As perhaps the most prestigious and recognizable trophy in all of professional sports, it's a prize that's coveted by any hockey player who's ever laced up their skates. Unlike other sports' championship trophies that get a new one made and issued to each year's winner, The Cup is handed over from the previous year's winner to the newly crowned champ each season, and has the name of every player from the winning team engraved in it each year so their legacy as champs lives on.
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The Best Reaction to the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup WinDynasty. It’s much more than a wacky television show from the 80s. If you’re the Chicago Blackhawks, it’s what you’ve secured following the team’s series-clinching Game 6 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Blackhawks’ NHL championship victory marks the franchise’s third title in the past six years; a period of dominance reminiscent of the NBA‘s San Antonio Spurs and one that warrants usage of the D-word. Reactions to the latest Stanley Cup win from … 5 Reasons The Chicago Blackhawks Could Win The Stanley CupThe greatest trophy in all of sports is on the line as the Stanley Cup Final between the Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning starts tonight (want to go to the game? Find tickets here). The Blackhawks are going for their third title in the last six seasons and they face a young and inexperienced Lightning team. Without a doubt this is going to be a fun and exciting series as both teams can light up the lamp and there’s plenty of star power … The Top 5 Game-Changers in the 2015 Stanley Cup PlayoffsThe beauty of the NHL is that the course of any game can change in less than one second. It is so difficult to predict how a game will turn out as teams have countless chances to completely turn the outcome around. In the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the pace and the physicality of the games increases drastically which provides even more of these opportunities. There are some players that have the ability to change the outcome of a game all …
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