The Seattle Kraken have their first roster and a bunch of other moves have been made leading up to free agency. Plus, the Montréal Canadiens are a disgrace!
The Tampa Bay Lightning are now back-to-back Stanley Cup champions after beating the Montréal Canadiens in five games in the 2021 Stanley Cup Final.
Also, Duncan Keith was traded to the Edmonton Oilers, Vladimir Tarasenko requested a trade from the St. Louis Blues, Pekka Rinne retired after spending his entire career with the Nashville Predators and the Minnesota Wild bought out Zach Parise and Ryan Suter.
Nick talks about how the Tampa Bay Lightning can shrug off Game 4 and still win the 2021 Stanley Cup Final in Game 5, plus a whole lot more around the league and heartfelt condolences to the Columbus Blue Jackets on the loss of Matiss Kivlenieks.
Nick previews the 2021 Stanley Cup Final matchup between the Montreal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning and expresses condolences on behalf of everyone at DTFR to David Pastrnak and his girlfriend, Rebecca, on the loss of their newborn son, Viggo.
The Montréal Canadiens are going to their first Stanley Cup Final since 1993, and the Vegas Golden Knights were eliminated in six games as a result. Plus, the Tampa Bay Lightning host the New York Islanders in a Game 7 to decide which team will have home ice advantage against Montréal in the Final! Oh and did we mention the Seattle Kraken hired their first head coach? Because that happened too.
The NWHL’s Lake Placid “bubble” burst as the global COVID-19 pandemic continues, postponing the 2021 Isobel Cup Playoffs indefinitely, while the NHL faces an ongoing outbreak across the league, including at least 12 of its teams. Also the ethics of opening mail that isn’t yours is discussed after a New Jersey man received sticks intended for Washington Capitals defender, Zdeno Chara, delivered by mistake.