Colorado crushes Tampa Bay to lead 2-0 in NHL Finals

It’s the biggest slap lost in the Stanley Cup final since 1991. On Saturday the Colorado Avalanche largely won (7-0) on their ice against the Tampa Bay Lightning, in game 2, in the final of the NHL. After a first victory (4-3) acquired in overtime during the first confrontation, the locals doubled their lead and intervened in the trip to Florida (Monday and Wednesday) in the best possible way.

I don’t know if our game plan was perfect, but the execution was very close to perfection, Avalanche coach Jared Bednar said. From top to bottom of the formation, the guys gave it their all. As much as I enjoyed parts of the first game, I feel like we took another step to (Saturday) night. »

No question of slowing down. ” We can’t think we’re in their shoes, we just have to keep going. It feels good, but the work is not done “Warned Joshua Manson, author of the second but his team on Saturday.

The Lightning, double defending champion, will be keen to redeem themselves on their ice after this heavy setback and already seems to have to win the next game to stay alive and hopes to afford the triple.


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