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Sports NHL: Tampa rest of the final series without captain Stamkos

00:00  28 september  2020
00:00  28 september  2020 Source:   ran.de

Time, TV, streaming info and players to watch as Stars, Lightning open Stanley Cup Final

  Time, TV, streaming info and players to watch as Stars, Lightning open Stanley Cup Final The Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning face off in the Stanley Cup Final, starting Saturday in the Edmonton, Alberta bubble.The former San Jose Sharks captain chose Dallas.

The Lightning captain resumed skating and was a regular participant in optional practices and morning skates this week, including an optional Stamkos' return in Game 3 of the Final was similar to the one he made during the 2016 playoffs. He missed eight weeks that season recovering from surgery to

The National Hockey League ( NHL ) is a professional ice hockey league composed of 31 teams, founded in 1917. Each team may select a captain

Fällt in den entscheidenden Spielen aus: Steven Stamkos © AFPGETTY SIDBRUCE BENNETT Eliminated in the decisive games: Steven Stamkos

Edmonton (SID) - The Tampa Bay Lightning have to make the final series in the North American professional ice hockey league NHL against the Dallas Stars to finish without captain Steven Stamkos. "The next time we see him on the ice, hopefully it will be at the Stanley Cup presentation," said coach Jon Cooper. "He did everything to come back. He can't go any further," said Cooper.

Stamkos made his comeback in the third game of the best-of-seven series after a six-month injury break and scored a goal straight away. Overall, he was on the ice for almost three minutes, he was not used in games four and five. After a conversation with Stamkos on Sunday, the team decided not to use the 30 year old Canadian anymore.

At the beginning of March, Stamkos had to undergo an operation due to an injury to the core muscles, the rehab was problematic, he was significantly longer than expected.

Tampa is still missing a win for the second championship after 2004, in the series it is 3-2 for the Florida team. Game six takes place on Monday (local time) in Edmonton.

Dallas Stars stay alive in Stanley Cup final, beat Tampa Bay 3-2 in double OT .
EDMONTON — The Dallas Stars are still alive in the Stanley Cup final, lead by two veterans who are simply refusing to let them lose. Corey Perry, age 35, scored two goals, including the winner in double overtime, to give the Stars a 3-2 win Saturday over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup final, forcing Game 6 Monday night. Perry jammed the puck past Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy at the 9:23 mark of the second extra period — butCorey Perry, age 35, scored two goals, including the winner in double overtime, to give the Stars a 3-2 win Saturday over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup final, forcing Game 6 Monday night.

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