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Tampa Bay Lightning Players Celebrate Stanley Cup Win With Flotilla Parade

Tampa Bay Lightning Players Celebrate Stanley Cup Win With Flotilla Parade

Hockey players from the Tampa Bay Lightning NHL team celebrated their Stanley Cup win with hometown fans in a flotilla parade down the Hillsborough River in Tampa, Florida, on September 30. Local news reports said the flotilla made its way to the 65,000-seat Raymond James Stadium, where at least 12,000 people gathered for an official celebration. The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Dallas Stars 2-0 in the sixth game of a six-game series. The playoffs were held in the NHL “bubble” in Toronto and Edmonton, where teams and staff were isolated to mitigate COVID-19 infection. Video filmed by a local resident shows Lightning left winger Pat Maroon chugging a beer through his shirt, which he lifted over his face, as spectators cheer. Credit: @KerryVolk via Storyful

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