Stanley Cup Final 2021 : Lightning aim for Stanley Cup Final sweep of Canadiens Monday night as they get ready to host the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final. Tampa Bay Lightning, who are on the verge on clinching their second consecutive Stanley Cup Lightning have racked up 14 goals over the first three games Monday’s Game 4, Tampa Bay would sweep the series and hoist the Cup for a second time in 10 months
Stanley Cup Final 2021 : Lightning aim for Stanley Cup Final sweep of Canadiens
Tampa Mayor Jane Castor says Tampa Bay Lightning, who is on the verge of winning her second consecutive Stanley Cup, should let the Montreal Canadian win Game 4 in Canada so that defending champions can win it at home and celebrate in front of fans.
Game 4 is Monday night in Montreal. Lightning have a 3-0 lead and is not far behind in the series.
“What we want is to take it a little easier for lightning, give Canadiaz just the shortest break, allow them to win one at home, and then bring it back to the Amali Arena for the final and victory. Stanley Cup,” Castor said. “We don’t want to move on from ourselves. But they are playing some amazing, amazing hockey. “
Winning cups as soon as possible can be an extra motivation for lightning. Although extremely rare, teams in the NHL are back from a playoff deficit of 3-0, last time in the first round of the 2014 Western Conference, when the Los Angeles Kings eliminated the San Jose Sharks.
The last time the Stanley Cup final took place was in 1942 when the Detroit Red Wings took a series lead against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Five other NHL teams below 3-0 have rallyed back to force Game 7.
Tampa Bay Lightning has a chance to unfurl the Stanley Cup on Monday night. The Lightning put Montreal’s Canadians 3-0 ahead of the collection margin as the groups met on Monday in Game 4 of the remaining 2021 Stanley Cup in Montreal. Tampa Bay blasted aggressively with six objectives during their Game 3 win on Friday night. Canadiaz will intend to stop the tide as they move on to run their Cinderella through the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs.