Sports after 28 years: Canadians move to the Stanley Cup Final
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The current NHL season is so slow to the end. A participant of the Stanley Cup Final is already fixed with the Canadians from Montreal.
The Montreal Canadiens are recovered back to the Final Games around the Stanley Cup in the North American Ice Hockey Profiliga NHL after 28 years. The record champion defeated the Vegas Golden Knights in the sixth semi-final with 3: 2 after extension and decided the best-of-seven series with 4: 2 for themselves.
Artturi Lehkonen scored the winner for the Habs in the Overtime after 1:39 minutes, which won her so far last of 24 Stanley Cups in 1993 - it was Also, the hitherto last NHL championship for a club from the ice hockey motherland Canada.
"That's a pretty good feeling," Lehkonen said, "We tried not to look forward. It's a great victory for us. We have four more before us. "
The opponent in the final series is still determined, between defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning and the New York Islander, it comes on Friday evening (local time) to the crucial seventh game.
Stanley Cup Final schedule and where to watch .
The NHL's Stanley Cup Final is here and you can watch the action live on CBC TV or live streamed through CBCSports.ca and the CBC Sports app. Dates and times are subject to change. The full broadcast schedule for the NHL's Stanley Cup Final, and where you can watch each game, is below: Stanley Cup Final (Series tied 0-0) Canadiens @ Islanders/Lightning — Monday, June 28 (8 p.m. ET, CBC, CBCSports.ca) Canadiens @ Islanders/Lightning — Wednesday, June 30 (8 p.m. ET, CBC, CBCSports.ca) Islanders/Lightning @ Canadiens — Friday, July 2 (8 p.m. ET, CBC, CBCSports.ca) Islanders/Lightning @ Canadiens — Monday, July 5 (8 p.