Monday, June 07, 2004

Andreychuk and Tampa Bay Win Hockey's Most Coveted Prize

Congratulations to Tampa Bay and NHL veteran Dave Andreychuk for winning the Stanley Cup, the NHL's historic championship trophy.
It was a gritty first period and both teams were trying their best to beat one another up. Calgary got caught with a couple of boarding calls leading to a Ruslan Fedotenko Power Play Goal (PPG).
In the end, "the Boulin Wall" stood taller than the Finnish phenom Kiprusoff. Both teams goalies stood on their heads and made great saves.
Tampa finished the game with a 2-1 win.
The best moment of the night was Andreychuk who got to finally hold the Cup over his head after a long NHL career. They featured him several times during the game as well as the first period intermission.
The St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa was filled along with a large gathering outside the gates watching the coverage on big screen.
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